Garlic minced 1- 5 mm

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  • Perfekt zum Verfeinern von Lamm, Geflügel, Rind und Gemüse
  • Passt hervorragend zu kräftigen Kräutern wie Thymian und Rosmarin
  • Bekannt auch als Knofel, Magenwurzel oder Stinkzwiebel

Minced Garlic - Allium sativum

Minced garlic is a spice that gives your dishes a piquant aroma. It is trendy for Mediterranean cuisine; it seasons the meat, poultry, fish, vegetables, and dips. The garlic plant belongs to the lily family and comes from West Asia, and is to be found all over the world today. The garlic cloves are used fresh, dried, or matured (black garlic) for seasoning. The dried garlic is ground, cut into slices, or, as here, ground as garlic. 

Buy Granulated Garlic - A Versatile Spice for Delicious Dishes

  • Perfect for enhancing the flavors of lamb, poultry, beef, and vegetables
  • Goes exceptionally well with robust herbs like thyme and rosemary
  • Also known as garlic, stomach root, or stinking onion

Cultivation of Allium sativum

The garlic plant (Allium sativum) belongs to the Alliaceae family and is most likely native to Southwest Asia. This perennial herb can reach a height of up to 1.50 meters and develops a bulbous root known as a garlic bulb. Garlic is now grown worldwide and widely used in numerous cuisines.

For seasoning, garlic cloves are used either fresh, dried, or aged (black garlic). Dried garlic is available in powdered form, sliced into flakes, or granulated as seen here.

Garlic, also known as Allium sativum, is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world. It was already used as a spice by the ancient Egyptians. The plant is relatively undemanding and thrives in various climatic zones on nutrient-rich and loose soils. There are different varieties that range from pink to reddish to white. In tropical climates, garlic is harvested 4-6 months after planting the cloves and then dried under the sun.

Did you know...

Thanks to the popularity of Mediterranean cuisine, we consume much more garlic nowadays than a few decades ago. The worldwide consumption stands at an impressive three million tons per year, which is about 500g per person (Source: Gernot Katzer).

Culinary Uses

Granulated garlic is excellent for a variety of dishes. Enhance the flavors of your meat and vegetable dishes with this intense spice. It pairs particularly well with robust herbs like thyme and rosemary.

With granulated garlic, you can easily and conveniently season your favorite recipes. It's ideal for marinating meat, seasoning sauces, or adding flavor to soups and stews.

Order high-quality granulated garlic (Allium sativum) from our spice shop now and impart your dishes with the unmistakable taste of garlic.

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