To make garlic paste, peel and finely mince 1 or 2 cloves of garlic. Sprinkle the garlic with a big pinch of salt. Turn the blade of your knife on its side and move the edge of the knife back and forth across the garlic until it’s soft and smooth. The pressure from your knife, → Hungry for more?
When garlic is roasted, its sharp flavor is transformed into a richer, mellower version of its former self. The firm, spicy cloves caramelize and soften, creating a spreadable concoction like no other. Freshly roasted garlic makes a delicious spread for crusty bread or use it to add kick to sauces, mashed potatoes or pretty much → Hungry for more?
Place a single garlic clove on a cutting board with one FLAT SIDE DOWN, so it can’t roll away. Place the blade of your knife on top of the clove, making sure the blade’s completely flat and parallel to the cutting board. Bring your fist down hard onto the flattened knife blade. The force will → Hungry for more?