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What a pretty party appetizer or snack! Grill artichokes for a crispy finish, then cool things off with a creamy garlic aioli dipping sauce.
No matter how fresh the pasta, how rich the sauce or how crisp the tossed salad, many people feel an Italian feast falls short unless there's hot, buttery garlic bread. Never fear, we're here to teach you how to make garlic bread, so your meal will always be complete.
Sweet roasted garlic adds a sophisticated note to perfectly creamy mashed potatoes made better with our secret ingredient - chicken broth.
Celebrate the crop of fresh garlic hitting store shelves with these flavorful takes on favorite comfort food recipes.
One of my favorite ways to cook garlic is simply to roast it until it becomes soft and spreadable. I cut about a quarter inch off the top of the head, place it on a baking dish, drizzle it with olive oil, and cover it with foil. Pop it in a 400-degree oven for about 35 minutes and you have an effortless beginning to any meal.
Try this garlic bread recipe from Betty Crocker.
No need to run to the store when you can easily make garlic-herbed bread right at home. The combination of garlic, parsley and kosher salt atop melted butter is infused right into the bread.
Serve these Garlic Cheese Straws as an appetizer at a holiday party or as a snack on any afternoon. Or, package and give as a delicious gift.
There's a little something for everyone in this savory side that's perfect for holiday meals or anytime you need a hearty and flavorful vegetable side dish.
Creamy, flavorful and comforting, this stove-top pasta dish has it all! The sun-dried tomatoes and basil add fresh flavor to this dish that you can enjoy in just 40 minutes.
This basil, garlic, and mayonnaise sandwich spread is extraordinary on leftover roast beef or roast turkey sandwiches.
Use this Asian-style marinade to flavor beef, fish, or chicken.
The rich, deep, robust flavors of this sauce are perfect with steaks, roast beef sandwiches, burgers and all kinds of meaty sandwiches.
"Most people prefer margaritas either frozen or on the rocks. In Texas, it's the same with refried beans versus charro," says Tim Love. Refried beans are made with mashed pintos; for charro -- a Tex-Mex take on pork and beans -- the beans are served whole in a spicy broth.