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Balsajo Black Garlic Burger

15 Easy Ways To Use Black Garlic

We’ve teamed up with Balsajo to create a delicious recipe for a Balsajo Black Garlic Burger. Black garlic is made by slow-cooking garlic bulbs in an oven, creating sticky black cloves which have a gorgeous, complex and strong flavour which is surprisingly unlike the usual garlic taste people are familiar with.

Balsajo Black Garlic

Balsajo Black Garlic

Although it has a totally unique taste, there’s a huge range of ways black garlic can be used – the experts at Balsajo are masters of the stuff. Balsajo have shared with us their 15 top tips for easy ways to bring black garlic into your kitchen – check them out below:


1. Mash some cloves with some soy sauce and chilli for an alternative stir-fry sauce

2. Combine cloves with cream cheese and herbs for a tasty dip

3. Puree some cloves with oil to create a paste then smear onto chicken or fish before roasting

4. Add some cloves to Bolognese or Chilli to enhance flavours

Balsajo Black Garlic

Balsajo Black Garlic

5. Mash a few cloves into a meatball mixture

6. Slice thinly and use to top salads

7. Add to cheese on toast for a special twist

8. Dip into melted dark chocolate for a sweet taste sensation (try it with some Green & Blacks 70% Cocoa Dark Chocolate, available in the Gousto Marketplace)

9. Blend some cloves with mayo and serve with burgers or chips

10. Add a few cloves into macaroni cheese or cauliflower cheese

11. Pair with cheese such as on a cheeseboard replacing chutney with black garlic

12. Add a sprinkle of water to cloves and blend with a good quality olive oil for an alternative salad dressing

13. Mix crushed cloves into a homemade tomato sauce and use with pasta or spread as a sauce base on a pizza

14. Pop the delicious cloves straight in your mouth!

15. Use it in your own culinary experiments…Let us know how you like to use black garlic in the comments section below!


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