Spreadable Roasted Garlic

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This recipe is simple to make, yet complex in flavor. A whole bulb of garlic gets lathered with olive oil and roasts until transformed from its pungent rawness to a sensational spread that melts on your bread like buttah. Slide some over a fresh baguette, toss a dollop into your pasta, or enjoy it right off a spoon. You’ll complete your meal and keep the vampires away.

Ingredients:

One bulb of garlic

A few teaspoons olive oil

Instructions:

Preheat oven to 400 degrees and peel away outer skin of garlic, keeping the cloves in place. Cut off the very top of the bulb to expose the cloves.

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Place in a muffin tin or baking dish. Drizzle with olive oil.

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Cover with foil and place in oven for 30-40 minutes, or until the inside is soft.

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Serve drizzled with more olive oil or scoop out and transfer to a small dish.

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Tell your salt and pepper shakers to take the night off. They won’t be needed for this.

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    • Emmycooks: Thanks for following along on That’s SO Jenn! I completely agree that salt and pepper enhances the flavor of everything. I do love this roasted garlic by itself, but definitely make it your own and season how you’d like! Enjoy! 🙂

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