A dried form of garlic that has been ground into granules rather than powder. Granulated garlic can be used much the same as garlic powder, but has about half the flavoring power as the same measure of garlic powder and like powder, the granules lack in providing the garlic texture of a fresh garlic. 1 teaspoon of granulated garlic equals 1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder.
Import Iranian Garlic Granules
- Country of origin: Iran
- Application: If you would usually use one clove of garlic in a recipe simply replace it with a quarter of a teaspoon of these Schwartz ones. This makes it really easy when you have no fresh garlic in but want to make something with that tasty garlicky kick.
Packaging in Iran
- This Balssi spice is granule.
- Balssi is a company that produces spices.
- This product includes an export certificate.
How to use
If you’re looking for an intense garlic flavor, making a quick dish, or whisking together a marinade, opt for garlic powder. Granulated garlic, on the other hand, combines better with liquids, making it the right choice for recipes like salad dressing, sauces, soups, and stews.
History of garlic granules
Garlic is native to Central Asia and northeastern Iran, and has long been a common seasoning worldwide, with a history of several thousand years of human consumption and use. It was known to ancient Egyptians, and has been used both as a food flavoring and as a traditional medicine.
In the Old World, Egyptian and Indian cultures referred to garlic 5000 years ago and there is clear historical evidence for its use by the Babylonians 4500 years ago and by the Chinese 2000 years ago. Some writings suggest that garlic was grown in China as far back as 4000 years ago.
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