What's a good word to replace "garlicky"?

I don't think I'm the only one who's annoyed by the overuse of the word "garlicky," (Though I could be wrong; perhaps I'm just whiny.) so I find myself trying to think of words to replace it.

So far, my husband and I have come up with a couple:

garlescent - sort of like irisdescent, I suppose...


garlicious - also implies deliciousness.

Or, here's a thought - maybe we should just add an -ed to anything with in, "garliced yogurt dip," instead of "garlicky yogurt dip."

I could just be crazy.

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