You've got a craving for garlic, and we have garlic recipes galore. From garlic bread and garlic shrimp to roasted garlic spread on toast points, these flavorful recipes won't disappoint.
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.
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.
This gourmet sandwich spread makes a lovely gift for the person who has everything.
Dry red wine, garlic, and a flavorful combination of herbs complement these oven-baked pork chops.
Aioli is a versaile garlic mayonnaise that can be used as a sauce for hot or cold vegetables for an appetizer or side dish. Or serve it with beef or lamb for dinner.
Roasting asparagus brings out a slightly sweet flavor which pairs well with the classicly pungent notes of garlic. Try this for brunch alongside poached eggs, or as a dinner side with your favorite main dish meat or fish.
This tangy, thick, cherry-colored dressing tastes great on most any tossed salads. It's nice on fresh fruit, too.
This recipe from the Peach Barn Cafe in Alto Pass, Illinois, makes just 2 1/4 cups, but if you have an abundance of peaches, you can make multiple batches of this recipe and can them.
You need just six ingredients to whip up this 12-minute Garlic Bread recipe.
Marinades offer a tasty method of imparting flavor to chicken, pork, beef, and seafood. This herb-based version adds a burst of garlic too.
Tangy sour cream sauce over garlic-and-thyme-rubbed pork tenderloins is irresistible. Serve with a rich side of gingery sweet potatoes.
This hearty pork chop recipe is country-style dining worthy of company. The thick, succulent chops stuffed with a savory bacon and Parmesan dressing are baked with wine.
Pine nuts provide the body for this fresh mint and cilantro sauce. Serve it with grilled chicken or fish, or use it as a spread in sandwiches or wraps.
If you like hummus, you'll love this warm slow cooker bean dip. Try it for your next tailgating or holiday party.