Toasted garlic bits for garnish

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

39 Responses

  1. peterb says:

    ahh…simple pleasures…i used to have this ready all the time….to add to rice, adobo, fried fish…or on its own…sarap!

  2. Alisa says:

    My husband is crazy about this. I had a friend once who was so obsessed with garlic chips, he used a Gillette blade (still unused of course)to slice em up nice and thin.I just chop em like this. Yummy!

  3. ruth says:

    Learned this from my Mom who believes toasted garlic is a must for most Filipino dishes she makes. However, i am doing it the lazy way- i buy peeled garlic , use the food processor on pulse setting for the crumbly effect but not mushy then deep fry this in enough oil just until golden brown. Later on, i use the garlic infused oil to cook my peanut adobo. One holiday party at our house the take home treats were a small jar of toasted garlic and a jar of peanut adobo for each family-very unique. Just placed them in Christmas bags.

  4. Mella says:

    sarap sa arroz caldo nito…

  5. lhiz reyes says:

    ms.connie…is it okay to store toasted garlic in a jar..for future use…thanks…

  6. karen carder says:

    thanks Connie!…hope mine turns out like yours looks….smile

  7. evelyn says:

    How do you keep toasted garlic bits crispy? I cooked some yesterday and today, they were makunat. What should I do to retain the crispiness?

  8. Nancy Bartel says:

    Connie: Are the toasted garlic chips available for purchase, ready for use, if so please advise contact information for this source? THANKS!


  9. gen veneracion says:

    Hello po tita connie, thanks po sa pag share ng complete procedure how to make a perfect garlic chips… I will use it po to sell siomai… I always check po sa recipes nyo…I think were related in a way, we both love food and cooking of course… Hehehe thankiee po..

  10. Cory blanco says:

    I have been looking for so long how to cook this fried garlic the right way. Your way sounds easy and simple. I like mine to be a little bit salty, when do i add the salt?