Garlic: Garlic has a strong but wonderful flavor. Garlic can be used fresh, in
flakes or in powder form. Garlic can enhance any dish and has a very satisfying
taste. It is mainly used in savory dishes. It is very popular in Indian and
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· In soups and sauces
· In casseroles, baked dishes
· In salad dressings
· In curries and stir fry
· With bread
· With all sorts of vegetables, meats,
poultry and fish
· Used in marinades
Hint: Keep a blend of garlic /ginger paste handy for Asian dishes. Use for
vegetarian soups when recipes call for chicken stock.
Botanical Name: Allium Sativum
Geographical Sources: Native to Central Asia
Traditional Ayurvedic(herb) use: Garlic increases and purifies blood and is a diuretic and
a stimulent. It relieves pain, increases appetite, helps digestion and kills warms. Garlis
is very helpful in relieving accumulated gas in the stomach and the intestine. It is
beneficial for the throat.
Ayurvedic Orientation: Pungent, salty, astringent, sour, bitter, heating.