Having dehydrated garlic around is essential. Not only is it a wonderful flavoring agent, but this garlic doesn't spoil. Using dehydrated garlic saves time by eliminating peeling, saves your hands from smelling and your eyes from tearing. Roasted granulated garlic is perfect for adding flavor in a pinch and there is no need to re-hydrate granulated garlic.
Corn: Sprinkle on buttered corn for a garlicky kick.
Tomato Slices: Add a dash to sliced tomatoes with a pinch of salt and pepper for an easy snack.
Roasted Granulated Garlic Q&A
What is granulated garlic?
Granulated garlic is dehydrated garlic that's been coarsely ground into garlic granules, as opposed to a finely ground powder.
Is granulated garlic the same as garlic powder?
Granulated garlic is coarsely ground into granules, whereas garlic powder is much more finely ground into a fine powder.
How much granulated garlic equals one clove?
Use 1/8 of a teaspoon of roasted granulated garlic in place of 1 clove of fresh garlic.