- Add to tomato sauces, hearty meat and eggplant dishes
- Garlic powder pairs well with both lamb and refreshing herbs and vegetables prominent in Greek cuisine
- It is a delicious component in Ancho Yogurt Sauce
- Garlic powder amplifies taco fillings made with beef or pork and cooked in tomato sauce for burritos
- In many Korean dishes Garlic is the base flavor, most notably in the world famous Korean BBQ sauce
- Club House Garlic Powder can be used instead of fresh cloves of garlic and can be more convenient: 1/8 tsp to 1/4 tsp (0.5 mL to 1 mL) of Club House Garlic Powder is equivalent to 1 clove of fresh garlic.
- 0 Calories
- 0g Total Fat
- 0g Saturated Fat
- 0g Trans Fat
- 0mg Cholesterol
- 0mg Sodium
- 0g Carbohydrates
- 0g Fiber
- 0g Sugar
- 0.1g Protein
About Garlic Powder
When dehydrating garlic to create powder, it is heated to a temperature of between 150° and 160 °C (300-320°F), causing a more subtle flavour to take shape. The water is removed to a moisture content of about 6.5%. The dehydrated garlic is then further sliced, chopped, or minced until the powder is reduced to the desired particle size.
What Does Garlic Powder Taste Like?
Whole garlic has a pungent, spicy flavour while garlic powder is more mellow and sweet.
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