California Roasted Granulated Garlic
California Roasted Granulated Garlic, Allium sativum, is also referred to as roasted garlic granules or granulated, roasted garlic.
Granulated Garlic has an essential oil of .1% - .25%.
Granulated Garlic is the go-to choice of the various types of dried garlic when substituting for fresh.
Granulated Garlic is less likely to clump than garlic powder, making it better to use with liquids like salad dressings, sauces, soups, and stews. We also prefer using it in spice blends as garlic powder tends to mix unevenly and is more likely to cause clumping. This California Roasted Granulated Garlic has a less aggressive flavor than its un-roasted brethren. Still, it delivers plenty of garlicky pungencies that are adaptable to a wide variety of uses.
Roasting makes garlic a little sweeter, with a mellow, less sharp flavor.
How to Use
Mix Roasted Granulated Garlic with lemon and mayonnaise for a velvety smooth, fragrant aioli. This blends easily with buttermilk, so use this for homemade ranch dressing. Add to a stir-fry with shrimp and spinach. There’ll be no lumps in your garlic mashed potatoes with California Roasted Granulated Garlic. Mix with burgers, or sprinkle over bruschetta for a tomato-garlic treat.
If you want all the versatility of this garlic but also want that strong garlic bite, we suggest trying California Granulated Garlic.
California Roasted Minced Garlic delivers flavor and texture, so use it to top bread and bagels or as the flavoring agent in a rich sofrito.
Granulated Garlic is especially good with just about anything savory. It's wonderful in or on butter, cheese-based dishes, chili, garlic bread, popcorn, root vegetables, soups, spice blends, and stews.
Granulated Garlic pairs well with basil, beans, chile peppers, ginger, greens, onions, spinach, and turmeric.
Country of Origin
What Is a Substitute for Granulated Garlic
|Ingredients||California grown garlic|
|Also Called||Roasted garlic granules or granulated, roasted garlic|
|Recommended Uses||Burgers, butter, cheese-based dishes, chili, garlic bread, popcorn, root vegetables, soups, spice blends, and stews|
|Flavor Profile||Roasting makes garlic a little sweeter, with a mellow, less sharp flavor|
|Oil Content||.1% - .25%|
|Botanical Name||Allium sativum|
|How To Store||Airtight container in a cool, dark place|
|Shelf Life||6-12 months|
|Country of Origin||US|
Serving Size1 tsp
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