Garlic cloves

Garlic cloves

Garlic cloves form a garlic bulb with 12 to 15 pieces. You can peel garlic cloves and soak them in olive oil to preserve them longer. Depending on the dish, garlic cloves are either pressed through the garlic press, cut into small cubes or thin slices. If I only use garlic as an ingredient in my recipes, it can be seasoned to taste. But there are also dishes where it is necessary to use several garlic cloves to get the typical taste.

All data per 100 g:
136 kcal
29 g
5 g
0 g

Recipes with Garlic cloves

Aioli Eggs Salad
Aioli Eggs Salad This aioli egg salad is prepared with prawns. Boil the eggs hard. ...
Aioli Light
Aioli Light is a low calorie alternative to the classic Aioli and goes very well with fondue with meat or as a dip to oven potatoes. Aioli Light is very quick and easy to prepare. ...
Aioli vegan
Aioli vegan For Aioli vegan, put unsalted cashew nuts in a bowl, cover with water and soak overnight. Pour the water away the next day. ...
Albondigas Tapas with Guacamole
Albondigas Tapas with Guacamole get a piquant spiciness from chilli. For the albondigas, first season the minced meat with pepper, salt and paprika powder. ...
Anchovies Tortilla
Anchovies Tortilla is often served as tapas in Spain. It is easy to prepare as it is served cold. ...
Antipasti can be served either as a starter, or with fresh ciabatta as a small snack with a glass of wine. Antipasti can also be prepared well in larger quantities, as it tastes best if you leave it in the fridge overnight. ...
Antipasti mushrooms
Antipasti mushrooms are easy to prepare. Cut brown mushrooms into quarters. ...
Artichoke Hearts
Artichoke Hearts can be served hot or cold. Drain the artichokes hearts, cut in half and place on kitchen paper to dry. ...
Artichokes Frittata
Artichokes Frittata can be served hot or cold. Drain and quarter the artichoke bottoms. ...

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