Whole heads of garlic are oven roasted until soft and sweetened into a lovely mellow roasted garlic paste! Add it to almost anything!
Here’s a list of suggestions on how to use your fabulous stash of roasted garlic!
As you can see, there’s no limit to how many ways you can use your roasted garlic. Once you know you have some tucked inside your refrigerator, you’ll find all sorts of ways to add that mellow garlicy flavor to your recipes.
There’s no actual recipe for making roasted garlic, in fact, it’s really just a method.
When garlic is cooked slowly in a dry heat environment, like your oven, it roasts down to a soft, mellow “jammy” consistency.
I’ll roast it in whole bulbs to make enough to last a week or so. But with so many fabulous ways to use roasted garlic, it rarely lasts that long!
Here’s the method for making roasted garlic:
Here’s that fabulous cheesecake recipe I mentioned at the beginning of this post!
As dramatic as it is delicious, my Savory Party Cheesecake Appetizer serves an army of guests. It’s sophisticated, addictive, and would be a gorgeous addition to your holiday appetizer choices throughout the entertaining season.
It’s got a creamy goat and cream cheese base that’s laced with prosciutto, sundried tomatoes, roasted garlic and swirled with a sage gremolata.
An “everything bagel” crust is the finishing touch on this simply sensational holiday buffet hors d’oeuvre. You’ll want to serve it with gourmet crackers and breadsticks for a sophisticated party snack.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE RECIPE FOR: SAVORY PARTY CHEESECAKE APPETIZER
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