Black garlic is produced by roasting natural garlic that aged for a month in a carefully controlled high-heat fermentation process, and the garlic turns into a rich black color with a soft, chewy texture, and a mild, sweet-savory (a balsamic or molasses-like)taste, and deeply satisfying, more mellow and more complex flavor. Black garlic is then cooled and dried for a week before ready to use.
Black garlic is eaten as a snack, slice and add to salads or use to top a variety of dishes from pasta to steak to fish, or pureed and drizzled on top of dishes like potato salad or pizza.
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