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Our black garlic is exploding with flavor which is why we decided to fill the jars only halfway to ensure everyone’s safety when opening the jar. Just kidding! We screwed up at the warehouse and we are now selling half full jars for 50% off.
Garlic powder's more robust and caramelized counterpart, this spice will likely be your new secret ingredient in the kitchen. Our Black Garlic Powder has an aroma that's reminiscent of deeply roasted garlic but with a sweet, umami roasted funkiness that will take your cooking to another level.
Black garlic powder
Glass Jar Net Weight: 1.25oz
100% Compostable Pouch Net Weight: 8oz
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Black garlic powder can be used in nearly every way just as regular garlic powder is used.
It will have a much sweeter, umami, roasty flavor and pack a big punch.
Great in anything from rubs to sauces to a finishing touch.
San Antonio Texas
What happens when you hold fresh white garlic bulbs grown in San Antonio, Texas hostage in a room heated to 130 degrees Fahrenheit for two months? The Maillard reaction! When the allium’s natural enzymes break down its sugars, a caramelization process takes place at the speed of, appropriately, molasses—contrary to popular belief this is not “fermentation.” The now-black bulbs, which have a deep, rich sweetness with notes of fig and balsamic vinegar, are then dehydrated and ground into a powder.
What is black garlic?
Black garlic is regular garlic that has gone through aging process where the garlic is heated around 130F for a month or so until all of the sugars caramelize and the result is very dark and fragrant.
What does black garlic taste like?
Black garlic is sweeter than regular garlic and has a molasses and balsamic flavor profile that adds an incredible umami flavor to any dish it is added to.
How do you use black garlic?
Usually black garlic is fresh but ours is dried into a powder making incredibly versatile to add in any recipe you want a deep roasted garlic flavor. You can add it to your ramen, add it into sour cream to make a dip or use it in a spice rub.