Black garlic

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Add a sweet, mellow and rich flavour to your cooking. The rich, almost meaty flavour of these sweet, dark, jellied cloves brings a new depth of flavour to old favourites as well as inspiring new sauces, marinades and a wide range of dishes. Try it in roasts, stir-fries, salads, pizzas, pastas. A versatile and mellow ingredient which, delightfully, doesn’t make your breath smell!


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25 January 2018

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Black garlic

Perfect with

  1. Merlot vinegar |

    Merlot vinegar

    Vibrant and aromatic, this red wine vinegar will bring to life all that it's used with

  2. Pomegranate molasses |

    Pomegranate molasses

    Possibly Yotam's desert island luxury, this is a must-have syrup for all Ottolenghi homecooks

  3. Quebec maple syrup |

    Quebec maple syrup
  4. Urfa chilli flakes |

    Urfa chilli flakes

    These dark crimson, sweet-smoky chillies are beautiful to the eye and gentle on the palate


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  • NOPI: The Cookbook Ingredients Delicious
    (02/02/2015) Delicious flavour, not overly garlicky but sweet with an interesting texture... lovely chopped into salads or just to nibble on as a snack.
  • NOPI: The Cookbook Ingredients lovely
    (20/01/2015) I've been wanting to try black garlic for a while so decided to buy this. They have a squishy texture but a lovely sweet garlicky flavour. The first dish i made with them involved yoghurt and chargrilled aubergine and it worked very well! highly recommend it.
  • NOPI: The Cookbook Ingredients Delicious on their own
    (17/03/2014) I bought these for the short ribs recipe, which is great, but I find I like them equally as a snack.
  • NOPI: The Cookbook Ingredients Wonderful, smokey sweet flavour
    (06/12/2013) Squishy garlic - without the garlicky smell and taste. Rather, it's sweet and complex flavoured. It's proved very versatile in stir fries but hard to chop into smaller bits. Perhaps better in stews? I've already repurchased.