Garlic cloves also contain less water than onions, so they tend to brown (and burn) more quickly. Add minced garlic along with the seasonings toward the end of a stir-fry and cook them just until fragrant, about thirty seconds or so. Cooked garlic loses its bright raw flavor and becomes more mellow and subtle.
Preparing and Cooking Garlic
• How to Peel Garlic Quickly and Easily • Shortcut: Mince Garlic with a Fork • How to Mince Garlic: The Video • DIY Garlic Paste • How to Change the Garlic Intensity in Any Dish • How to Cook Garlic Without Burning It
Other Garlic Tips and Tricks
• Whole, Crushed, or Minced Garlic: What's the Difference? • Bitter Garlic? Remove the Germ • Freeze Roasted Garlic • Surprisingly Cool Tool: Garlic Peeler • Garlic Powder: Yay or Nay? • Help for Garlic Breath!
Recipes with Garlic
• Collard Greens Stew with Chorizo and Garlic • Double-Garlic Herb Garlic Bread • Garlic, Cheddar, and Stone Ruination IPA Soup • Sherry Garlic Soup with Smoked Paprika • Slow-Cooker Lemon Garlic Chicken • Garlic and Herb Roasted Pork Tenderloin
What are your favorite garlicky dishes?