This space-saving way to store garlic by turning it into garlic powder will add flavor and ease to your everyday cooking routine.
Bringing in the fresh garden garlic is the best. This means the gardening season has wrapped and we are headed into the next season.
There are so many different ways to store your garlic. Pretty ways, like braiding or placing them in a basket in your pantry, or freezing chopped pucks of garlic in the freezer. But by far the most space saving way is by drying and creating powdered garlic!
Come Fall and Winter-Time I love be able to experiment with different kinds of recipes and I can finally get to my sourdough. We used this garlic powder last Thanksgiving on our turkey to go with our Cranberry Salsa and I tell you what, it was amazing!
Just a little sprinkle on top of warm butter bread is delicious! There are so many different ways to use garlic powder.
Yes! Slice your garlic and place them into a small pan. Preheat your air fryer at 212 degrees Fahrenheit or 100 Celsius for 5 minutes. Place pan in the air fryer and stir every 10 minutes so they do not stick to your pan. Cook them until you can snap the cloves in half.
To dry your garlic in the oven, cut the cloves equally thin and place on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Preheat oven to 150-200 F/ 67-93 C. Place in oven for 1-2 hours until the garlic snaps when you break it. Let it cool before you grind it with a mortar and pestle or coffee grinder.
You could probably dehydrate and powder your entire garden away if you really wanted to! I like to do this with onion and celery as we use both in powdered form. The key is to keep everything cut evenly thin so that it dries as the same rate.
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