Garlic can be roasted in the oven either using peeled cloves of garlic or whole heads of garlic. After roasting, the garlic can be transformed into a sweet, earthy, buttery, caramelized treat. In this state, it can then be used for a multitude of uses around the kitchen. Using roasted garlic seasoning brings depth and sweetness to a variety of dishes such as stews, soups, dressings, mashes, sauces and marinades.
By roasting the garlic, the sugars are concentrated, converting it into a spreadable, caramelized, buttery texture, with sweet, deep complex flavors, taking out all the pungency, sharpness and bite. It is also a remarkable way of preserving the garlic. In addition, this method of preparing garlic also creates an amazing smell and will make you and the individuals who eat your meals will feel happy and cozy. Additionally, roasting garlic make it easier to digest for a number of individuals.