How to Make Roasted Garlic

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0:01 Chef Emory here. Part of our dinner is using roasted garlic broccoli, and we want to get

0:07 this going now while the fish is in the oven as well at the same 350 degree oven. It's

0:14 perfect for the garlic as well. And this roasted garlic that I'm going to show you how to do,

0:19 this is perfect for any time you want to use any kind of roasted garlic. You don't have

0:23 to use it just for the broccoli. You can add it to just about anything -- pasta, other

0:28 dips, or whatever. It's just a great way to know how to do something, and it's just too

0:33 easy. You take a whole -- this is a whole -- this is called a bulb of garlic. It's

0:39 the whole thing. It's a bulb. The little individual pieces, those are cloves. So you want a whole

0:44 bulb of garlic, and we're going to cut it in half. We're going to cut it in half about

0:49 a half inch from the base so that it all stays together. See when you do that, see how the

0:55 two halves, it all stays nicely together. And now what we want to do is, since it's

1:00 going in the oven, we want to take a piece of aluminum foil, place the bottom on there.

1:08 We're going to drizzle a little bit of olive oil right on top -- just a few drops like

1:12 that. And I think a little salt would be nice, too. Just sprinkle a little bit of salt on

1:21 there. We're going to put the top back on. Oops. A piece fell out. It's okay. And then

1:27 we're going to wrap it up. And then we're going to put it in the oven. It takes about

1:35 45 minutes. I don't think it gets any easier than that, okay? So keep clicking. We're going

1:40 to show you how to make the rest of the dinner.

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