Tip: How to Easily Break Apart a Head of Garlic
Need to break apart a head of garlic? It may seem daunting, but there’s a secret trick that makes it simple and easy.
Here’s all you have to do. Just place the bulb on a cutting board, with the larger, wider side down, and the individual cloves pointing up (see photo on right).
Then take a sharp knife and push it straight down through the center of the head of garlic. Essentially, pretend that you’re stabbing it! Then twist the knife back and forth. The cloves will come apart easily.
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Once you’ve broken the head of garlic apart, here’s an easy tool for peeling the cloves. This is silly simple. All you have to do is put the garlic clove inside the tube. Then roll it around on your counter. The papery outside will come right off and your garlic clove is now peeled.