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Garlic Coarse adds an aromatic flavor in your favorite dishes. Slight special and elegant, garlic powder contains in removing by hand the external papery skin of the garlic bulb and later dehydrating and powdering them before packing. Taste best on meat, fish and fresh vegetable soups.
Culinary uses: Both cloves as well as tender green tops of garlic plant are used in a variety of recipes, especially as seasoning.
In general, leaves are less pungent than the cloves and used in recipes in a similar way like onion tops. The outer coat is generally peeled by hand and internal creamy white, smooth bulblet is either chopped using a knife or crushed just before adding to the recipes.
Here are some serving tips:
- It is used to enhance the flavor of vegetable, meat, and seafood preparations.
- Its cloves are added to give spicy pungent flavor to the preparations like breads, toast and Bruschetta (a grilled bread slices rubbed with garlic paste with toppings such as olive oil, pepper, tomato, cheese, meat...etc.).
- The cloves also been used in the preparation of season soups, and sauces.
- Tender garlic tops are used like vegetables just like scallions and chives along with vegetables, eggs in some recipe preparations in East Asian countries.
- 3.5 OZ (99 Grams)
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Country Of Origin: Product of USA
Storage Instructions: In the store, several forms of garlic found, such as whole bulbs, dried, individual cloves, processed cloves, dry-powder, or paste. Dry bulbs can be stored at room temperature placed in a cool dark environment away from humidity where they stay in good condition for several weeks. Garlic paste, however should be stored inside the refrigerator.