Our Roasted Garlic Flakes taste just like slow-roasted garlic, with each teaspoon being the equivalent of about 3 cloves of raw garlic. It’s slow-roasted before dehydration, which transforms the raw garlic flavor and ads an amazing complexity & subtle sweetness. The difference between our powder and factory-made granular powders is the purity: most granular powders contain peels, roots, and additives like silica or soy powder. They tend to be made from garlic grown and dried overseas. Our Roasted Garlic Flakes not only are 100% pure, they’re made from certified organic garlic grown in the USA.
Garlic Flakes work great in cooking: they will rehydrate and hold their shape in water or oil, adding the flavor of roasted garlic, and the texture of freshly minced garlic. Use them to add flavor to sauces, soups, roasts, vegetable dishes, scrambled eggs, casseroles - you get the idea! Basically, Garlic Flakes can be added to any hot or cold dish, but work best when they have a moment to rehydrate. For the true garlic lover, it's as versatile a seasoning as salt!
Ingredients: Roasted Garlic.
Net Wt, Small: 1.09oz | Net Wt, Large: 3.14oz
Ingredients: Roasted garlic
Net Wt, Small: 0.85oz | Net Wt, Large: 2.86oz
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