Garlic Confit: sweetly fragrant cloves of garlic goodness is quite irresistible. Tender cloves can be used in countless ways: whisked into vinaigrettes, slathered on crostini, smashed into mashed potatoes, stirred into dips, incorporated into eggs of all sorts, mashed into pan sauces, even fancied up as a hostess gift in a lovely jar. When the garlic is gone, save that infused oil for drizzling and dipping and sautéing.
Saffron Tomato Confit on just about everything. Toasted pita bread,. Grilled bread with a shmear of fresh ricotta cheese, . On top of grilled chicken or salmon, . Beef kebabs, Quinoa, farro, risotto, noodles… . It’s quite possibly the most amazing condiment ever invented and you need massive quantities of it in your life from here on out.
The recipe is in French. But that's what they made google translate for.
DIY Garlic Confit a Secret WOW Ingredient Gift In A Jar
Garlic Confit has to be one of my favorite ingredients ever. You know that special something in a recipe that no one can actually put their finger on but just wouldn’t taste as fabulous without it…well that is what Garlic Confit does. It brings a smile to any sauce, pasta, vegetable, stew, soup, butter, potato …
Café Chilango (82 rue de la Folie-Méricourt, 11e arr.) Hang out with the locals at this Mexican eatery where everything is organic and made to order in what is probably the tiniest kitchen in Paris. The menu is simple and the tacos toppings change weekly, but if the citrus confit pork is available, you are in luck.