Roasted garlic is one of those things you should have around the house. The flavor is intense and those little packets of umami are oh so spreadable. The problem is making it. This recipe takes the guesswork out of it. The find that wrapping it in parchment paper with a bit of olive oil helps to keep it from drying out and almost fries it at the same time as you roast it, caramelizing the garlic even more and giving you that flavor you crave in the kitchen.
- Roasted garlic is one the tastiest things you can have in your fridge for easy use.
- The roasting caramelizes the garlic, adding extra flavor and making it slightly less mild than having it fresh
- The oil and paper help to cook it by keeping in steam and lightly frying it in the sachet.
“To prevent the garlic from drying out, roast it in little packets with a little salt, pepper and olive oil.”
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