Like Roasted Garlic, Grilled Garlic takes on a mellow flavor. Grilling garlic adds a smoky flavor that you’re sure to like. After it is done, it is creamy and spreadable. Spread it on crackers, Italian bread, baguettes, etc. It tastes good on grilled meats and veggies, too. Try this grilled garlic recipe the next time you grill. We’re certain, you’ll grill it again and again.
Did you know? Workers building the Egyptian Pyramids were given garlic because it was believed to give people strength and endurance.
Garlic heads (bulbs)
1-2 teaspoons of Olive Oil per head.
Parmesan Cheese (Optional)
Remove the outer skin of garlic head.
Cut across the top of the head, exposing the insides of the individual cloves.
Place garlic heads on a sheet of aluminum foil. (one garlic head per sheet of foil)
Drizzle one to two teaspoons of olive oil on the head.
Sprinkle some Parmesan cheese on top. (Optional)
Wrap the head in the aluminum foil.
Place on the grill to cook over medium heat.
Cook for about 15 minutes.
Open the aluminum foil, exposing the head to the smoke in the grill.
Cook another 15-20 minutes, until garlic, is soft. You can test with a toothpick or a fork.
Allow to cool just enough so you can touch the cloves with your fingers.
Squeeze the garlic out of a clove and spread it onto crackers or bread.
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