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What You’ll Need:

1 cup garlic cloves

1/4 cup Olive Oil

2 tbsp. yogurt

2 tsp. lemon or lime juice

cilantro or basil (optional)

How to Cook Garlic Paste

Preparation

5 minutes

Cooking

0 minutes

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2To save you time, try to buy garlic peeled already. Place the garlic cloves with a quarter of olive oil and all the sprigs from your herbs like cilantro or basil. Refrain from using herbs that don’t have a lot of flavor. Now blend it all using a large food processor or a blender. It’ll be ready in a minute.

3For this garlic paste recipe, you can just add a tiny bit of any herb if
you’re not going to be working with cilantro. In the video you’ll see that the paste looks white, but adding a bunch of cilantro sprigs gives you more of a green garlic paste.

This is going to be an aromatic and delicious garlic paste which will taste and smell a lot like garlic with a nice whiff of cilantro. This paste can stay good for one to two weeks in your refrigerator.

Who doesn’t want to whip up something that only takes a minute to prepare? Today I’ll show you what I call a “minute recipe” that’s sure to be a staple in your kitchen – garlic paste!

Hot to Cook Garlic Paste

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Serving Size: 39

Calories per serving: 9

Fat per serving: 0

Hot to Cook Garlic Paste

Ingredients

  • 1 cup garlic cloves
  • 1/4 cup Olive Oil
  • 2 tbsp. yogurt
  • 2 yellow onions, halved
  • 2 scallions, green part too, optional

Instructions

  1. To save you time, try to buy garlic peeled already. Place the garlic cloves with a quarter of olive oil and all the sprigs from your herbs like cilantro or basil. Refrain from using herbs that don’t have a lot of flavor. Now blend it all using a large food processor or a blender. It’ll be ready in a minute.
  2. 3For this garlic paste recipe, you can just add a tiny bit of any herb if
  3. you’re not going to be working with cilantro. In the video you’ll see that the paste looks white, but adding a bunch of cilantro sprigs gives you more of a green garlic paste.
  4. This is going to be an aromatic and delicious garlic paste which will taste and smell a lot like garlic with a nice whiff of cilantro. This paste can stay good for one to two weeks in your refrigerator.

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