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Roasted Garlic of LOVE How to Make Roasted Garlic, 4 Easy Ways

How to Make Roasted Garlic, 2 Easy Ways

Who doesn’t love roasted garlic? Its sweet, caramelized flavor takes any dish from ordinary to extraordinary. Roasted garlic is also versatile—whether you turn it into a mouthwatering spread for bread or finely chop it for Garlic Mashed Potatoes or Roasted veggies, there are so many delicious uses for it. Ok, Let’s get to roasting!

Whole roasted garlic recipe

Nutritional Guidelines (per serving)

103

Calories

9g

Fat

5g

Carbs

1g

Protein

 

Roasting whole garlic bulbs is an easy and delicious method, and the sweet, soft cloves can be used in countless ways, and can also be mashed up and added to dressings and sauces.
The classic way to enjoy these caramelized cloves is to simply spread on crusty bread, with a little sprinkle of salt, and eat as is.

Gather the ingredients for whole roasted garlic

Whats in it?

6 Whole garlic bulbs

2 tablespoons olive oil

Salt to taste

Let’s Put it Together

 1. Preheat oven to 375 F.

2. Turn the whole garlic bulb on its side, and with a sharp knife, cut off the top third of the bulb. Be sure to cut the top (pointed end), and not the bottom (flat, root end).

 

3. Place each whole garlic on a piece of foil, about 8-inches square, with the cut-side up. Drizzle one teaspoon of olive oil over the cut surface, and sprinkle with salt.

Place each whole garlic on foil

 

4. Draw up the foil and wrap the garlic to seal (the bulbs will look like chocolate kisses when wrapped).

Draw up the foil and wrap garlic to seal

 

5. Place in a baking dish and roast for 45 to 60 minutes, depending on size until the garlic is soft and golden-brown.

Place in a baking dish and roast

 

6. Remove from foil and serve. The cloves will pop right out of the paper skin when squeezed.