Roasted garlic is not yet a well-known cooking ingredient. Nevertheless, this kitchen secret could pleasantly surprise you when cooking.
Roasted garlic tastes a bit softer that your regular fresh garlic. Besides, roasting your garlic will also affect its texture allowing you to even spread it on your toast like butter. You can also use it to cover your meat or to add a savory boost to your soup. Or add it to your mayonnaise and create a heavenly dip sauce!
1. Slice off the top of the garlic cloves.
2. Put them on a piece of aluminium foil.
3. Pour some oil over the garlic heads.
4. Cover them completely with foil.
5. 5 minutes at 200 degrees Celsius (392 degrees Fahrenheit)