Garlic Gets Hot and Heavy

By • October 11, 2012 • 0 Comments

roasted garlic

In a flavor rut? The solution is as simple as roasting garlic. When you subject garlic to high heat, its sharp bite gives way to a mellow sweetness, and the texture melts into a buttery, spreadable consistency. The roasted cloves are delightfully versatile – we love them in everything from aioli to focaccia – and couldn’t be easier to make, thanks to this simple tutorial from the fine cooks at Whole Foods Market Cooking. When covered in oil, the roasted cloves will keep in your refrigerator for up to a week, giving you plenty of time to experiment with the flavor.

What’s your favorite way to use roasted garlic?

Kitchen Basics: Roasted Garlic from Whole Foods Market Cooking


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