Oven Roasted Garlic Free PD Recipe

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When garlic is roasted, it becomes sweet and mild in flavor. Spread Oven-Roasted Garlic on freshly baked hot bread or mash into potatoes. This simple recipe makes a flavorful, immune-boosting, plant-based replacement for butter.

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Comments (10)

  1. posted by stoumi on September 12, 2014

    Never have roasted garlic before. Kinda funny, but before moving to a plant based way of eating, rarely could I eat garlic without smelling like garlic coming from every orafice. Now, I love garlic and maybe my body has adjusted favorably.

    Tonight was the first time I tried to roast any. I have been making Julie’s mashed potatoes the past week or so…which are amazing…that’s also another review, but decided to add roasted garlic. I followed the directions (which were so simple) and in 40 minutes I was ready to push the garlic out.

    Once the potatoes were ready to be mashed I squeezed out all the roasted garlic. It added such a great flavor to already very flavorable mashed potatoes. My wife and son continue to rave at the flavor of the mashed potatoes…NOW WITH GARLIC! Cannot wait to use this for many other dishes. Thanks Julie!

  2. posted by huclkengirl on September 12, 2014

    I have a bunch of garlic frozen because I bought it already peeled etc.. My question is you think it would work if I put a few in parchment paper then foil and cook the same?

    • posted by Julie Marie on September 15, 2014

      I would roast them the way I direct you to in the Roasted Pomodoro Pasta recipe, then chop and add to salsa, mashed potatoes or any pasta dish. Roasting gives the garlic a sweeter milder flavor. The garlic needs to be in it’s jacket or bulb to produce the soft spread we are going for in this recipe. You could try wrapping it up and see what happens. Let us know how it turns out.

  3. posted by Sheila Yount on February 9, 2014

    This is yummy! I can eat these by themselves. I will be making this again and again.

  4. posted by cheryl heuvelman on January 15, 2014

    I purchased a garlic roaster before Christmas and it works very well, its electric, holds one head of garlic at a time and takes 25 minutes. I got it on sale.

  5. posted by Debbie Egbert on January 9, 2014

    And the best use of Roasted Garlic is in “Roasted Garlic Hummus“, YUM!

  6. posted by newhopeden on October 28, 2013

    So how did the freezing work out? I have a bunch I need to use or freeze too.

  7. posted by Denise on July 16, 2013

    This was so easy, and really delicious in the Red Lentils with Spinach and Roasted Garlic. I’m going to try freezing some, too.

  8. posted by ohiodeb on May 5, 2013

    After roasting, do you think the garlic could be frozen for use later? I’m thinking of squeezing it into ice cube trays, and then freezing it. My husband planted alot this season. Thanks Julie.

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