Your favorite garlic recipe is wanted.

Please comment on your best garlic recipe.

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About Rob Webster

Hello, I am a qualified horticulturalist and have been growing garlic for 25 years. We grow Garlic, chemical free, using no machinery, in the mountains of central northern New South Wales. Family run hobby farm, garlic available for sale by post.
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2 Responses to Your favorite garlic recipe is wanted.

  1. Miro Klacko Sr. says:

    “Your Father’s” garlic soup 🙂 (traditional Slovak soup recipe)

    Ingredients:
    2-3 heads of garlic (bulbs), peeled
    3 teaspoons of sweet paprika
    1-2 potatos (peeled and cubed into small pieces cca 1,5 cm)
    2 litres of water
    sunflower oil
    salt, ground pepper, ground cumin
    150 grams of flour, 1 egg

    Peel the garlic, grate it and roast/saute it in the oil for a minute, then add paprika. Add water, salt and bring to boil. Then add cumin and pepper, chopped potatos (to cubes) and bring to boil again.
    Combine flour, egg, salt and water and make soft dough. Tear off small pieces (1,5 cm) and put them into the boiling soup. Boil for next 12-15 minutes (make sure that potatos are cooked).
    At the end add couple of grated cloves of garlic for better taste and aroma.
    Bon apetite, dobru chut.

    Best Regards,
    Miro Klacko Sr. aka “I am your father”
    Translated by Miro Jr. and Katka

  2. Miro Klacko Sr. says:

    “Your Father’s” garlic soup (traditional Slovak soup recipe)

    Ingredients:
    2-3 heads of garlic (bulbs), peeled
    3 teaspoons of sweet paprika
    1-2 potatos (peeled and cubed into small pieces cca 1,5 cm)
    2 litres of water
    sunflower oil
    salt, ground pepper, ground cumin
    150 grams of flour, 1 egg

    Peel the garlic, grate it and roast/saute it in the oil for a minute, then add paprika. Add water, salt and bring to boil. Then add cumin and pepper, chopped potatos (to cubes) and bring to boil again.
    Combine flour, egg, salt and water and make soft dough. Tear off small pieces (1,5 cm) and put them into the boiling soup. Boil for next 12-15 minutes (make sure that potatos are cooked).
    At the end add couple of grated cloves of garlic for better taste and aroma.
    Bon apetite, dobru chut.

    Best Regards,
    Miro Klacko Sr. aka “I am your father”
    Translated by Miro Jr. and Katka

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