Garlic is technically a lily and a member of the onion family, and although its white flowers are wonderful, the delicious bulb is what we are interested in.
Its sweet, salty, sulphite-y taste intoxicating.
Garlic minced is ideal for barbecue. It sticks to the meat and has plenty of texture, but it doesn’t fall like garlic flakes and doesn’t drip with juices the way garlic drips when in powder form. Garlic minced is amazing and easy to use for the full flavor of fresh garlic, without the lingering smell during preparation.
A key ingredient in many cuisines such as those from the Middle East, India, Italy, Greece, Thailand, China and many other locations around the world.