Garlic whole is a pungently odoriferous member of the allium family (like onions and leeks). It is generally used as a spice or a seasoning rather than as a vegetable due to its extremely strong flavor. It grows in large papery heads. A novice mistake is to massively over garlic things by following instructions incorrectly. Remember that the large bulb of garlic you buy is NOT one ‘clove.’ The whole garlic is called a ‘head’ or ‘knob.’ Each small, individual segment of a garlic head is a clove.
Garlic Whole In Food
Thanks to its pungent flavor, the powder is widely used around the world as a seasoning or condiment. As a condiment, it is used for flavoring mayonnaise and tomato ketchup or sauces, salad dressings, gravies, stews, spaghetti, chutneys, pickles, curried dishes, etc. It tastes better with ginger paste.
Net Weight: 950G