Blended into soups and sauces, added to marinades and dressings, or braised with meats and vegetables, garlic is always a good addition.
Make this spicy, tingly, salty, crunchy, addictive chili condiment your own.
This focaccia is soft, tender, chewy, and full of garlic flavor, and it takes just a few minutes of real work.
Hot and juicy grilled chicken that takes just five minutes to cook.
Easy slow-roasted lamb leg that's crispy on the outside and tender within.
Chimichurri sauce is Argentina's go-to pairing for steak, and it couldn't be any easier.
For the best grilled shrimp, skewer them with shells still intact and toss with lemon and garlic. You'll end up with tender, juicy shrimp with a crisply charred crust.
Garlic and feta do most of the work in flavoring this chicken sausage.
Just how garlicky do you want it?
Cast iron skillet-baked garlic knots flavored with pepperoni, red pepper flakes, and two types of cheese.
Turn that half loaf of stale bread on your kitchen counter into an easy weeknight dinner.
Shrimp, cabbage, pickles, and sriracha mayo are even better in a tender steamed bun.
Northern Italy's answer to blue cheese dip.
Taste-testing garlic with and without the germ to see if it makes a difference.
Does the method of mincing garlic matter? You bet it does.