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Elevating the food industry 

Garlic, an age-old culinary staple, has transcended its humble origins to become an indispensable ingredient in the food industry. Consequently, as a food distributor, comprehending the diverse applications and benefits within the dynamic culinary landscape is of paramount importance. This aromatic bulb imparts its distinctive flavor to a wide array of dishes, from minced and granules to infused oils. As well as, offering standard and irradiated options that cater to a broad range of preferences.

Now, let’s dive into how garlic, (available in forms like salt, powder, and more) is emerging as a powerhouse ingredient that injects depth, richness, and zest into dishes. This transformation occurs across a spectrum ranging from vegetable sides to classic buttered noodles and beyond. If you’re interested in learning more about these diverse applications, don’t hesitate to check out our market page!

Exploring Garlic types

Tray of breaded chicken wings with garlic sauce.

Minced Granules and Powder: Garlic comes in various forms – minced, granulated, and powdered – each adding a different twist to dishes across the culinary spectrum. When you use minced, it adds a strong and fresh flavor to dishes like buttered noodles, chicken dishes, and stir-fried vegetables. Granulated, which feels like salt, can be easily sprinkled on roasted green beans or mixed into mashed potatoes for a subtle garlic taste. On the other hand, powdered mixes seamlessly into bread dough or fries, making them taste incredibly delicious.

Irradiated: When it comes to getting garlic to people, a method called irradiation is a popular choice. It’s a way to make sure the garlic is good quality and stays fresh for a long time. By choosing irradiated, you’re not just giving people a consistent product; you’re also keeping the strong flavor and health benefits intact for a longer time. This special process uses controlled radiation to get rid of harmful stuff that could make the garlic go bad. This means it reaches its destination in great shape and assures everyone that they’re getting a safe and clean product they can enjoy without worries.

Garlic Culinary Ventures

Chicken and Chives: Whether it’s a succulent chicken dish drizzled with garlic-infused oil or a savory chicken noodle soup, this spice propels chicken recipes to new heights. Enhanced with chives, garlic imparts a savory and herby twist that tantalizes the taste buds.

Dressing and Dip Delights: Infused dressings and dips offer a harmonious blend of flavors that elevate salads, bread, and vegetable platters. Moreover, a dressing infused with garlic and lemon can metamorphose a simple pasta salad into a gourmet delight. Meanwhile, a garlic hummus dip elevates pita bread and fresh vegetables to new heights.

Edamame and Eggplant Adventures: Garlic’s versatility shines even in unexpected dishes like edamame and eggplant. For example, stir-fried edamame beans with garlic granules become an addictive snack. Similarly, roasted eggplant infused with garlic oil creates a flavorful side dish that beautifully complements various entrees.

Buttered Noodles and Fries: A staple of comfort food, buttered noodles acquire a new level of sophistication with the incorporation of powdered garlic. The subtle aromatic notes enhance the creamy texture, making each bite a comforting indulgence. In the same vein, garlic powder dusted over freshly fried fries propels this beloved side dish to gourmet status.

Fried Rice and Green Beans: Stir-fried rice comes alive with the inclusion of minced garlic granules, infusing the dish with an umami-rich flavor. Additionally, sautéed green beans, when seasoned with garlic salt, deliver a burst of taste that complements the vegetable’s inherent sweetness.

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