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What is Premium Fried Garlic?

It is superior quality minced garlic. We maintain the delicious flavor of the garlic by not adding flour, salt, sugar or any artificial ingredients. It is fried at perfect temperature, in healthy sunflower oil. When it turns beautifully golden brown & crispy, it is removed from the fryer and packed in convenient packets to maintain freshness when it reaches your table.

Where is this product manufactured?

It is manufactured in India. The land of agriculture.

Is it Gluten free?

Yes. The only ingredient in this product is high quality NON-GMO garlic. The garlic is freshly minced and then fried in pure sunflower oil.

How can I use this product?

Fried garlic is used in a variety of cuisines around the world. Here are some cuisines where fried garlic plays a prominent role:

  1. Asian cuisines: Fried garlic is commonly used in various Asian cuisines, including Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, and Filipino. It is often used in stir-fries, noodle dishes, soups, curries, and sauces to add a fragrant and savory element.

  2. Mediterranean cuisines: Fried garlic is utilized in Mediterranean cuisines such as Greek, Turkish, and Middle Eastern. It is used in dishes like hummus, falafel, tzatziki, and various salads to enhance the flavor and provide a crispy texture.

  3. Mexican cuisine: In Mexican cuisine, fried garlic is employed in various salsas, sauces, and soups like mole, adobo, or pozole, contributing a rich and aromatic taste.

  4. Italian cuisine: Fried garlic is utilized in Italian cuisine, particularly in pasta dishes, sauces, and risottos. It is often added to tomato-based sauces like marinara or arrabbiata, as well as creamy sauces like Alfredo or carbonara.

  5. Indonesian cuisine: Fried garlic is a common ingredient in Indonesian cuisine, where it is used in dishes such as fried rice (nasi goreng), soups, stews, and stir-fries.

  6. Korean cuisine: In Korean cuisine, fried garlic is known as "ggulggulmaneul" and is used as a topping for various dishes, including soups, stews, noodle dishes, and bibimbap, adding a flavorful and crunchy element.

  7. Indian cuisine: In Indian cuisine, fried garlic is often included in curries, rice dishes like biryani, and lentil preparations such as dals, adding depth and flavor to the dishes.

  8. Lebanese cuisine: Fried garlic is commonly used in Lebanese cuisine as a topping for dishes like hummus, baba ghanoush, and tabbouleh, providing an extra burst of flavor.


These are just a few examples, and fried garlic can be found in various other cuisines worldwide. Its versatility and ability to enhance the taste and texture of dishes make it a popular ingredient across different culinary traditions.

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