May 9, 2016

The ultimate recipe for garlic lovers. When roasting, the garlic looses it’s intense flavor and turns soft and sweet. But don’t be fooled, the smell remains. So make sure to properly vent your kitchen and feed as much garlic to your partner as you intend to eat yourself. Otherwise you might get kicked out of the bedroom for the night.
Roasted garlic can be used for a large variety of things. Add it to stews, top off your meat, spread on bread or use to make garlic butter or garlic bread.
Be aware that you are now able to snack a whole bulb of garlic but you will also smell like you ate a whole bulb of garlic!


  • as many garlic bulbs as you like
  • olive oil


_ preheat oven to 230°C [450°F]

_ peel away a couple of layers of the garlic bulb skin [make sure to leave the cloves intact and the bulb as a whole]

_ slice a few millimeters off the top of the bulbs, exposing the cloves


_ place all bulbs in the center of a large piece of aluminum foil

_ drizzle with olive oil

_ cover completely with foil

_ place in the oven and bake for 45 minutes

_ wait for garlic to cool

_ use a fork to squeeze out the cloves

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