1 lb bag $6.75
5 lb bag $33.75
55 lb case $371.25
Minced Garlic sends out a mouth-watering scent when cooking in your kitchen. It has strong, intense, and pungent flavor in its raw form and is a member of the Lily family—like leeks, shallots, and onions. It is a common, widely used plant. Is garlic a spice, vegetable, or herb? That is up for debate. What isn’t up for debate is the enhanced flavor it brings to all your recipes. Nearly every culture uses garlic.
Dried minced Garlic is wonderful when used in cooking because it has all of the flavor of fresh Garlic yet it doesn’t spoil. Also unlike fresh garlic, the pungent odor won’t linger on your fingers. It’s easier to cook with since raw garlic can burn if left unwatched.
The medicinal properties of garlic are well-known, as it is capable of fighting off the common cold, reducing blood pressure, and lowering cholesterol.
There are many ways to cook with garlic and a variety of recipes to add it to. Depending on the recipe you can start with them whole, sliced, diced, chopped small or big, smashed, and grated. Dried minced garlic, however, is the right size for every recipe. Add it to ground meats like sausage or meatballs, cook it in a sauce, or gravy, and mix it together with a spice blend for a full-flavor dry rub. Add them into a roast infusion, boil them in a soup or gravy pan drippings, saute them with EVOO before adding meat or veggies, or use them in a bakeddish. Almost any recipe is made better with a touch of garlic.