Garlic is the dried root of Allium sativum, a member of the lily family. Garlic grows in a bulb that consists of a number of cloves. Each clove is protected by a layer of skin, but all are held together in one larger unit by additional layers of skin.
Granulated garlic is prepared in the same way as garlic powder. The only difference between the two is that granulated garlic has a thick, cornmeal-like texture, while garlic powder is finely ground. This versatile flavour is used to complement a huge variety of savoury dishes including all kinds of meat and roast potatoes. Garlic is used in cuisines throughout the world. It is indispensable in Chinese, Italian, and Mexican foods
Taste and Aroma Description: Garlic has a distinctive odor and flavour.
Storage Tips: Store in cool, dark, dry places.
Use Minced Garlic or Garlic Chips in pasta sauces, stews, and soups. Mix with oil and vinegar and Italian spices to make salad dressing. Garlic Powder can be used in marinades, or mixed with herbs and rubbed into poultry, pork, or beef before cooking.
Garlic Granules (aka Granulated Garlic) is granules of dehydrated finely minced garlic, usually sold in jars. It is off-white in colour, and free-flowing, with a stronger taste than garlic powder. A dried form of garlic that has been ground into granules rather than powder.
In spice grinder bottle 50grams