Use wet garlic like spring onions. It is milder than dried garlic so goes well with scrambled egg. Try chopping into salads, dressings, marinades, salsa, stir-fries, stirring into mashed potato or try the simple roasting recipe below:
|2||Wet garlic bulbs|
|A drizzle||Olive oil|
|A pinch||Sea salt|
|A pinch||Freshly ground pepper|
Roast garlic bulbs are delicious mashed and served on the side of roast chicken, beef or lamb. Mash and stir them into mayonnaise with chopped parsley and Dijon mustard to make an aioli for dunking chips in. Or mash and spread them on toast, then top with a little grated cheese and grill to make quick garlic bread.
|medium sized||white or sourdough loaf|
For the chilli pesto
|1 large||Red chilli|
|4 large cloves||Garlic|
|8 tbsp||Olive oil|
Tear to share!
“Growing up at Doddington, eating seasonal produce from the Kitchen Garden and farm was the only thing I knew. I learnt to cook using what was on hand here as the seasons passed and my love of cooking and good food stems from this. I strongly believe that the fresh, good quality ingredients are the foundation of delicious food.”