Garlic Recipe Collection – Recipes Using Garlic
Do you love garlic? We have compiled all of our delicious garlic recipes from What’s Cooking America. Find some great dishes from soups to souffles and more in the garlic recipe collection below.
Cafe Terra Cotta Garlic Custard
Recipe adapted from the Cafe Terra Cotta Restaurant in Scottsdale, Arizona. This delightful savory custard makes a great appetizer or first course.
Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Garlic mashed potatoes are so good! Especially great with steak.
Garlicky Accordian Potatoes
This recipe is from the Junior League of Charlotte, North Carolina cookbook called Dining By Fireflies – Unexpected Pleasures of the New South. This is an American version of the Swedish baked potatoes. This looks like a very fancy side dish, but is actually easy to do. Definitely a unique way to serve potatoes.
Hot Garlic-Parmesan Souffle’
This hot appetizer is not really a souffl but a delectable and delicate dip for bread. The taste will surprise you.
Poached Garlic Soup
This soup recipe is a definite “10.” Your guests will never believe how much garlic there is in this soup. After the garlic has been cooked slowly for a certain length of time, it loses its harsh rawness and becomes delicate and refined. It’s hard to say exactly how or at what stage this happens – it is one of those mysteries which makes cooking so fascinating. This will be one of your favorite soup recipes. I have served this soup with many of my Dinner Party Menus.
Roasted garlic is a delicious appetizer. Squeeze the pulp out of the cloves and spread on the bread of your liking or serve with bruschetta and/or tapenade. Roasted garlic is also excellent used in your baking. It is milder than raw garlic. I n fact, raw garlic is two to four times stronger in flavor. Garlic becomes very mellow and easy to spread after cooking.
Roasted Garlic and Goat Cheese Tomato Tart
Because the crust is made with purchased puff pastry dough, it’s extremely easy to make.
Roasted Garlic Dipping Sauce with Fresh Ginger & Tamari
I adapted this recipe is from the Tyee Wine Cellars in Corvallis, Oregon. Enjoy it as a dipping sauce for seafood, pork, or chicken, or use it as a base for a glazing poultry, fish, or pork.