I am a huge fan of garlic and add it to most dishes in my home.
Garlic has some great anti-inflammatory properties and adds a bunch of flavor. When garlic is used correctly you won’t need to add as much salt but still maintain a flavorful and delightful dish.
They add great notes and flavor to almost any dish, but when garlic is roasted it gets even more delightful!
Roasting garlic is easy to do, and it makes a great addition to potatoes, soups, and marinades. This is the way i’ve always done it, simple quick and easy!
So here’s all you need……
Pre-heat oven to 325°
Peel back garlic until you reach individual bulbs, cut the tops off.
Rinse a bit of water over top of the cut garlic. This helps keep some moisture when in the oven.
Drizzle with olive oil. Place in oven for about 40 minutes.
Times may vary with different ovens, but I know it’s ready when the top starts to get a little bubbly brown.
It should look something like this!
I love it brown with a bit of bubble it gives it an intense flavor!
Let cool and just turn upside down and press out the cloves or remove with small spoon or fork.