Our premium garlic powder and garlic granules are must-have ingredients in your pantry or spice rack. But what’s the real difference between the two and how do you use them properly?
How our products are made:
Once our fresh garlic is harvested and dried we peel it and mince it up. This minced garlic is then dehydrated for 14 hours.
Next, we place our dried garlic into a special grinder that crushes the mixture into granules and powder.
Finally, we pass our collection of granules and powder through a special sieve to separate the two before packaging them in our resealable sachets!
How to use our products in your cooking:
Because it’s so fine, our garlic powder releases flavour faster than our granules. It’s also more potent than our granules and our fresh garlic!
Here’s some helpful cooking conversions for you:
1 fresh clove = 1/8 teaspoon of garlic powder
1 fresh clove = 1/4 teaspoon of granulated garlic
1 teaspoon garlic powder = 2 teaspoons granulated garlic
Some recipe ideas:
Garlic powder is a fantastic ingredient that truly amplifies the savory quality of your dishes. It’s perfect for curries, gravies, marinades, batters and mince-meat seasoning (like hamburger mince or dumpling filling) It’s also great in uncooked dishes like fresh tomato salsa and guacamole.
Read our Garlic Mushroom Bruschetta recipe using our garlic powder!
Garlic granules add lovely texture to your dishes, so it’s perfect in a crumb and in meat rubs. You can also use it in salad dressings or to make mouth-watering roast veggies!
Read our Roast Garlic Tomatoes recipe using our garlic granules!
Want to try our garlic granules and garlic powder?
Our produce comes in a variety of sizes.
You can also purchase our produce in our popular bundles.