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    • Roasted Garlic Sauce

      How to Roast GarlicCreate your own healthy flavorful garlic sauce for a zesty dinner, or as a drizzle for steamed vegetables like broccoli, green beans, baby carrots or cauliflower.

      Roast 3 heads of garlic by placing the whole garlic heads on tinfoil, lightly drizzle them with olive oil (if desired) wrap them tightly in the tinfoil and bake them at 400F for 30-35 minutes.

      Remove from oven, cool. (or you can eat them straight with a fork at this point!)

      I created this recipe from a recipe in the newspaper for garlic soup. To create the delicious roasted garlic sauce . . .

      You'll Need:
      3 Full heads of garlic, unpeeled
      4 T. Butter
      3 T. Flour
      1 1/2 cups Chicken broth ( or 1 {14.5 oz} can)


      first roast 3 heads of garlic (by placing whole garlic heads on tinfoil and baking). Remove from oven, cool.

      Once the garlic cools, squeeze out the cloves into a bowl. Since they've been roasted, they will easily pop out of the peelings.

      In a medium saucepan, melt 4 tablespoons of butter and add the garlic cloves. Saute over low heat for about 5 min. Then add flour. Stir in and cook the flour for about 5 min. It will form a moist "paste" texture.



      Add chicken broth. not all at once though. You need to incorporate the roux.


      Cook for about 10 minutes and toss with your favorite noodles.



      soooooo Good!!

      Notes: Ifyou are using canned chicken broth, it is not necessary to add additional salt to the sauce. You may however wish to add 1/4 tsp freshly ground black pepper and up to 1 Tablespoon Fresh Chopped parsley (for a splash of color).


      Can Stock Photo Inc. / profotokris
      This article was originally published in blog: Created my own roasted Garlic Sauce! started by fosterfamily5
      Comments 3 Comments
      1. JudyColeson's Avatar
        This sounds like it would be AMAZING drizzled over giled chicken beast!!! GOTTA TRY IT!!!
      1. Tbrunke's Avatar
        Sounds wonderful my boys and myself love garlic and they will really like this.. A must try for me...
      1. Glanc's Avatar
        Can I make a batch and keep it in the fridge? How long will it stay?

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