How To Make A Tasty, Roasted Garlic Spread In Just 3 Steps Without Needing To Peel Cloves

Soft and yummy.

Cover image via @diegoalary (TikTok)

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Roasted garlic confit is one of those staples that once you've tasted it, you can't stop eating it

Garlic confit is a French cooking method of making soft garlic soaked in olive oil and herbs or spices to be used as a spread on toast or as an ingredient in any type of dishes like hummus or dip.

It might sound complicated to make, however, French chef Diego Alary shows an incredibly easy recipe with just three steps!

Here's how:

I. Start by slicing off the top of a whole garlic bulb with a knife so that you can see the tips of each clove

2. Sprinkle the bulb with seasoning and salt, then drizzle with lots of olive oil

He uses what is known as Espelette pepper. However, you can probably also use paprika, mixed spices, or any other seasoning you like.

3. Pop it into an oven at 150°C for three hours or until the garlic is tender and lightly golden. And that's it!

The garlic cloves will come out as roasted, tasty goodness that are soft enough to be easily removed from the skin and spread on toast.

Drizzle with more olive oil and sprinkle with pepper. So good and so easy!

Try this out and let us know how it goes!

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