How to Mince Garlic

How to Mince Garlic

How to Mince Garlic

Learning how to mince garlic properly is a must for any home cook who wants to add flavor to their best dishes. Minced garlic is a great addition to soups, stews, pasta dishes, casseroles, and even salad dressings. Once you use freshly minced garlic in your cooking, you will realize that store-bought minced garlic in a jar can't compete with the real deal. Our quick, easy-to-follow how-to video will teach you the fastest and easiest way to mince garlic so that you can start jazzing up your recipes in no time at all. 

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This tutorial was really helpful. It is really important to remember to squish your garlic clove with the side of your knife as it releases a lot of the juices and activates the health benefits of the garlic. I also saw a tip one day that if you sprinkle a bit of salt onto the cutting board before you squish the garlic, it will absorb the juices and act as seasoning in the dish that you are making (just remember that you don't need to add salt later on!)

This was helpful! I always always always forget to squish garlic with my knife first.

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