Easy Oven Roasted Garlic

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Roasted garlic is one of the best things you can make in your oven. We share with you how to roast garlic and how to use it. Jump to the Roasted Garlic recipe

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Roasted garlic is creamy, sweet, and spreadable.. It’s almost dreamlike. We like to eat whole cloves for dinner; This fried chicken is one of our favorites. You can also butter it and spread it on toast or add it to soups and sauces. Mashing it in mashed potatoes is also an absolute must.

We’ve been on a garlic kick lately, have you seen our Garlic Olive Oil Sauce? It binds quickly and never fails. I mean, who doesn’t want to dip their bread in Parmesan cheese, garlic, and herb-infused olive oil?

How to roast garlic in the oven

Roasting garlic is very easy. You can turn on the oven just to roast some garlic, or toss a portion next to something else that needs a hot oven.

We’re sticking with around 400 degrees F, but if you baked something at a lower temperature don’t worry, the garlic will still roast nicely..

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In an oven at 400°F, watch 40 to 70 minutes so that the garlic is caramelized, soft and spreadable. If you use a cooler oven it may take a few minutes longer.

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So that the garlic does not dry out, roast it in packets with a little salt, pepper and olive oil. In our photos, we used parchment paper and kitchen twine to make the packets, but aluminum foil works just as well.

Garlic with olive oil, salt, pepper and fresh thyme.

When we have some in the kitchen, we add a bed of fresh thyme. Just as garlic is roasted, it is infused with thyme. The kitchen smells amazing!

Garlic in parchment paper bags before frying.

Storage of roasted garlic

Roasted garlic can be refrigerated for a few days, or to extend its shelf life, remove the roasted garlic cloves, place in a clean food storage container, and then brush with olive oil. Store the garlic and olive oil in the refrigerator for up to two weeks (oil can also be used).

You can also freeze roasted garlic, either whole cloves, mashed, or coated in olive oil. Frozen garlic should keep for up to three months.

For simpler recipesTry our Easy Garlic Herb Focaccia Bread, Easy Baked Lemon Garlic Chicken Breast, and our guilt-free Garlic Parmesan Zucchini Pasta Noodles.

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Simply Oven Roasted Garlic

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Eat roasted garlic straight from the cloves or spread on hot bread. It’s also a great idea to puree it in butter, sauces and cream sauces. You can use foil or parchment paper to roast the garlic. If you’re using parchment, you’ll need to secure the bundles with kitchen twine.

3 whole cloves of garlic

Watch us at the recipe

will need

3 whole cloves of garlic

3 sprigs of fresh thyme, optional

1 tablespoon olive oil

Salt and freshly ground black pepper

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    Heat oven to 400 degrees F.

    Prepare three squares of parchment paper or aluminum foil large enough to wrap each clove of garlic.

    If the garlic has extra layers of paper-white skin, remove it, but leave enough layers for the garlic bulb to stick to it. Snip 1/4 inch off the tops of the cloves so you can see the inside of each garlic cloves.

    For each clove of garlic, lay out a sheet of parchment paper or aluminum foil on a work surface. Make a small bed of thyme by forming it into a small ring. Next, place a clove of garlic on top, cut side up. Drizzle with olive oil and season with a little salt and freshly ground black pepper.

    Pull the sides of the parchment paper or foil up and around the garlic to form a small bunch. If using parchment, secure with kitchen twine.

    Place the garlic packets on a baking sheet. Bake for 40 to 70 minutes until the cloves are light brown and tender in the wrapper. Check the garlic from time to time to see how it is developing.

Advice from Adam and Joanne

  • If you’re using parchment paper, trim off the excess paper on top of the packets so they don’t touch the top of your oven.
  • Instead of thyme, try other fresh herbs like rosemary or dill.
  • Storage – Roasted garlic can be refrigerated for a few days, or to extend its shelf life, remove the roasted garlic cloves, place in a clean food storage container, and then brush with olive oil. Store the garlic and olive oil in the refrigerator for up to two weeks (oil can also be used). You can also freeze roasted garlic, either whole cloves, mashed, or coated in olive oil. Frozen garlic should keep for up to three months.
  • Nutritional Information: The nutritional information below is an estimate. We use the USDA database to calculate approximate values.

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Nutritional value per serving: Part 1 whole clove of garlic / calories 93 / protein 2 g / carbohydrates 12g / fiber 1g / total sugar 0g / total fat 5g / Saturated Fatty Acids 1g / cholesterol 0 mg / sodium 161mg

AUTHOR: Adam and Joanne Gallagher



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