Lots of great ways to use different garlic sauces like aioli, creamy garlic sauce, lemon garlic sauce, tomato garlic sauce or a Lebanese garlic sauce.
A very simple garlicky tomato sauce made with passata, dried basil and garlic. You can always increase the amount of garlic too.
Here's a quick and simple recipe for delicious pork loin medallions or chops. All you do is baste the meat with a sauce of butter, lemon juice and garlic. Very basic, yet you won't believe how moist and flavourful the chops will be. These can also be done in the frypan or under the griller.
Used medicinally since ancient times, garlic is now being studied by scientists. While not high in individual nutrients, it appears that garlic may fight cancer and heart disease, and lower blood pressure.
This is a lovely red wine sauce for steak that incorporates a whole head of roasted garlic. The flavours go together very well.
This alfredo sauce is subtly flavoured with garlic making it extra yummy. I like to mix it with spiral pasta then serve fried chicken fillets on top.
Some of the great traditional flavours of France – garlic, wine vinegar and Dijon mustard – are combined with chicken to give a full-flavoured dish served with light vermicelli noodles.
This is a garlic powered lemony dressing. It can be served with meat, as a seasoning in salad dressings, on pita bread sandwiches or as a dip. If sauce separates while in storage, just stir or blend again.
A mildly spicy (or very spicy if you like) eggplant dish. My mother has been making this for me since I was a child. It is SO GOOD!!
A lovely lemony basting sauce for chicken. You can also marinate the chicken overnight in the refrigerator, reserving enough sauce to coat the chicken as it cooks on the grill.
Give those fatty beef burgers a miss and try these heart-healthy, thick, juicy salmon ‘burgers’ instead. And while you're at it, leave the tomato sauce in the fridge and slather the salmon patties with a homemade tomato-garlic sauce.