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Garlic and chilli preserved in oil

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The cloves/pods were kept in oil, and then eventually minced up to form
a tasty paste that can be added to recipes. The garlic that isn't
preserved in oil has gone all dry and wizened.
8th Oct 2006, 21:49  


Dhamaka says:

that's the ones preserved in oil, the wizened garlic doesn't sound too good

8th Oct 2006, 22:30

Geodyne says:

Do you find that adds a lot of oil to the finished dish? Not that that's likely to be a huge problem, I guess - caolories where you can.

9th Oct 2006, 08:00

michaelpj says:

Err, depends what you're making. I've mostly used the garlic/oil paste to add to frying meat, where the oil is positively an advantage.

9th Oct 2006, 12:54

swamprose says:

I've been waiting for the new food supplies to get to you too. Chili garlic paste is sold here in Asian grocery stores. Basic to making stew kinds of things. Was going to say it's good with vegies...

hope it is just balmy and warm there now because it's getting ready to snow soon here.

15th Oct 2006, 16:30

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