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How to peel a lot of garlic quickly: a simple life hack

Kateryna YagovychFood
How to quickly peel garlic

Peeling garlic is always a challenge. The reason is that the cloves are very small, the peel doesn't come off well, and the smell lingers on your hands for a long time. But there is a life hack that will help you peel a lot of garlic at once without any extra effort.

Food blogger Iryna (ira.smachnenko) shared her tips on how to quickly peel garlic on her Instagram page.

How to peel a lot of garlic quickly: a simple life hack

Take a garlic clove and put it on a plate. Press it with a knife. All the cloves will be separated from each other and some of them will have the skin come off immediately. Press the rest of the particles with the coating on them separately.

If you managed to peel a lot of garlic at once, you can make a delicious garlic dressing.

The idea of making garlic dressing was published on the Instagram page of food blogger Yevheniia Karpiuk.

Ingredients:

  • garlic - 5-10 pcs.
  • chili
  • thyme
  • pepper
  • oil

Method of preparation:

How to peel a lot of garlic quickly: a simple life hack

1. Pour oil over garlic. Add chili, cumin and pepper.

2. Bake at 180 degrees for 40 minutes.

How to peel a lot of garlic quickly: a simple life hack

3. Check if the garlic is completely soft.

4. It is best to do this in a mold with a lid, but you can simply cover it with foil.

5. Store in a jar in oil like sun-dried tomatoes.

6. You can make delicious bruschetta or garlic butter with the remaining garlic. You can also add it to your favorite dishes.

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