Roasted Garlic is so yummy. I recently came across a recipe and thought to myself I have never roasted it before..and we grow SO much! Here is the recipe I found, I can’t remember where I found it.
How-to Make Roasted Garlic
1. Heat your oven to 190°C (Gas Mark 5 / 375°F).
2. Cut the top off a few bulbs of garlic – that means the entire, unpeeled bulb. If you really want to, you can even just do a few (unpeeled) cloves, but I find it more efficient to roast garlic in bulk and then you’ve always got a bit ready.
3. Place the bulbs cut-side up in a baking tray, and drizzle lightly with oil. Add some salt and pepper to the tops.
4. Roast for around 25 minutes, until the bulb is very soft when you squeeze it.
5. Set aside until cool enough to handle, and then gently squeeze each clove out of its skin – they should pop out very easily. You’ll most likely get very messy, so give in and enjoy it. You can either leave the cloves whole, or mash them up with a fork for spreading.
6. Either use immediately, or store in the fridge in a sealed container. I never usually have the willpower to avoid using it all up within a week, but it might keep a little longer.