Garlic and Onion
The roasting process adds an incomparable depth of flavor to this Granulated Garlic. It can replace traditional granulated garlic in any recipe.
Mt. Hood Pasta Salad Recipe
An easy pasta salad that is great for a picnic or a potluck.view recipe >
Deviled Egg Dip Recipe
Be the hit of any get-together with this delicious dip or use it as egg salad on a springtime sandwich.view recipe >
Black Garlic Rangoon Recipe
These crispy, creamy rangoons make a great appetizer and an opportunity to bring friends and family together to help fill and fold them!view recipe >
Introduction to Our “Garlic & Onion” Product Category
Here are a handful of essentials and hidden gems found in our Garlic & Onion category that, chances are, would be great in tonight's dinner.view article >
Cooking with Garlic
Garlic is undoubtedly one of the most beloved cooking ingredients of all time. Like salt or acid, it’s easy to notice a bland taste when something ...view article >
How to Chop an Onion and Other Cooking Skills You Should Know
Have you ever stopped halfway through cutting an onion and, tears streaming, cried out to the universe, “There has to be a better way!”?view article >
Are onion & garlic good together?
Yes! Onion and garlic are a classic flavor pairing. To make it even easier, we created a flavorful blend of roasted garlic, onion, and minced green onion. Try our Onion & Garlic Tableside Sprinkle when cooking or as a replacement for salt to season a finished dish.
What is the difference between fresh garlic and garlic powder?
Garlic Powder and Granulated Garlic are slightly milder than the harsh bite of raw, fresh garlic. That's the big difference - otherwise, fresh garlic and garlic powder can be used interchangeably. About 1/8 tsp. is equal to 1 average size clove. There is no need to rehydrate powdered garlic.
What does onion powder do?
Onion powder or Granulated Onion adds a burst of onion flavor - without all of the chopping! Use Granulated Onion as a sprinkle. When mixing into liquids, combine with water to form a paste to avoid unincorporated bubbles of dry spice. One T is equal to 1/2 cup fresh, chopped onion. There is no need to re-hydrate granulated onion.
Is onion/garlic powder healthy?
Yes. Unless you have an intolerance, dietary restrictions, or allergies. Our onions and garlics are pure, with nothing else added. So it is nutritionally equivalent to using whole/raw onion or garlic.