© Randal Oulton
Garlic Powder is powdered garlic, usually pure. It may contain another ingredient such as sodium bisulphite to help prevent browning.
It is used as a seasoning.
To make it, garlic is flaked, then dehydrated. The dehydrated flakes are then ground in a mill to a creamy-brown coloured, fine powder.
It is sold in bottles or packets and is unusually inexpensive.
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4 1/2 tablespoons = 1 oz = 30g
3/4 teaspoon = 1 tablespoon of minced fresh garlic
1/4 teaspoon = 1 whole garlic clove
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