Can I substitute fresh garlic for garlic powder? What's the ratio?

I'm preparing creole seasoning

  • Posted by: wietje
  • February 22, 2012
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hardlikearmour
hardlikearmour February 22, 2012
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wietje
wietje February 22, 2012

Thank you, Hardlikearmour. I bookmarked the page.

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pierino
pierino February 22, 2012

You would be surprised how many creole recipes call for dry seasonings; garlic powder, onion powder, cayenne pepper etc. And not just for rubs.

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wietje
wietje February 22, 2012

Seems like I will have to stock my pantry with the powder, then. ;)

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susan g
susan g February 22, 2012

If you are making a creole seasoning as a pantry item, you should stick to dry. Otherwise you have a risk of spoilage. If it's for a dish you're about to cook, I assume you could go either way, according to your preference.

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