If you love garlic, I think you will go crazy for this Roasted Garlic recipe! Roasted Garlic is the ultimate garlic recipe! In this video Karen Breyer and her dad will show you step-by-step how to make Roasted Garlic cloves.
This is a very easy Roasted Garlic recipe that you can make in your oven or toaster oven. Roasted Garlic spread on toast tastes like gourmet garlic toast without the butter. Garlic is very healthy alone and roasting it will give you more delicious opportunities to add extra garlic to your diet. Add roasted garlic to soups, stews, hummus, pizza, and more! Roasted garlic cloves also taste very tasty alone.
Try this Roasted Garlic spread on a whole grain bread or toast for a perfect start to a healthy meal. This garlic toast is wonderful with soups, salads, stews, pasta or almost any meal. Watch this cooking video and try this easy, healthy, delicious Roasted Garlic recipe today!
- 2 garlic bulbs
- 2 - 4 teaspoons olive oil
- Salt, Kosher (to taste)
- Pepper, fresh ground (to taste)
- Sliced bread or toast (if desired)
- Preheat your oven or toaster oven to 350 degrees.
- Cut ¼ to ½ inch slice from the top of the garlic bulbs. Cut off enough so the cloves are exposed.
- Carefully peel of the outer paper-like skin from the garlic bulbs. Leave enough to hold the garlic cloves together.
- Place the bulbs cut side up on a 12 inch piece of aluminum foil.
- Drizzle 1 - 2 teaspoons of olive oil over each bulb. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
- Wrap each bulb in the foil. Place in a shallow baking dish or pie pan.
- Bake about 45 minutes or until the garlic is tender when pierced with a fork or toothpick.
- Squeeze the soft garlic out of the cloves. Spread the garlic on bread or toast. Sprinkle with more salt and pepper if desired.
Try spreading the garlic on some bread and then sprinkling some toasted almonds over the garlic. It is delicious!
Adjust this recipe to make as many Roasted Garlic servings as you desire. Use one garlic bulb for every 2 servings.
See a cooking demonstration of this Roasted Garlic recipe on the Cooking Lessons for Dad YouTube channel.