Do you love garlic so much the neighbors think you're trying to keep vampires away? Don't be ashamed! We love garlic too! Clove after aromatic clove, we love it sauteed, roasted, even raw (a few slives in a vinaigrette? yes please!). Though we know some are hesistant to cook with garlic because it's such a straightforward flavor, we say: embrace it! Let it be the star of the show! It definitely is in these garlic recipes.
Happily, some 1970's dinner party classics are making a comeback including Chicken With 40 Garlic Cloves, the traditional French dish which makes the most of garlic's sweet, rich flavor by cooking cloves encased in their skins. Once cooked, the cloves can be served as they are so that guests can squeeze garlic into their plates. Alternatively, use the extracted flesh to create a deliciously creamy sauce.
Smoked Chorizo Scrambled Eggs over Garlicky Kale Brown Rice combines the savory, peppery flavor of smoked chorizo with fluffy scrambled eggs, fiber rich brown rice, antioxidant rich kale and crisp garlic. It's perfect for any meal, breakfast through dinner!
These Roasted New Potatoes with Roasted Garlic Cilantro Oil are crisp, flavorful, and a welcome twist to the classic. Potatoes are toasted until crisp on the outside and tender on the inside then tossed in a zest garlic infused olive oil with jalapenos and cilantro.
This protein-packed snack is especially fun for kids. Hummus, a spread usually made from chickpeas or garbanzo beans, gets a Latin touch with the addition of avocado and a garnish of cilantro. Chop up some sturdy veggies (carrots, celery, and radishes) and let the kids dip to their heart's content while you make your way to the ticket counter.
In this sandwich, nutty Gruyere cheese and sharp Cheddar are melted together with a bright spicy and savory chile de arbol and garlic spread. The spread makes a bit more than you need for these sandwiches, but it's so delicious you will find yourself reaching to put it into all your other dishes.
You know what happens when you’ve got a crowd to feed, they’re hungry the minute they walk in the door! This year slip them this healthy pre-meal snack. This Gluten Free Easy Bean and Garlic dip from Best Gluten Free Recipes, tastes rich but it’s actually healthy. Bonus: canned cannellini beans are the base for this economical dip so it's a great from-the-pantry dish.