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Re: "Donkey Sauce" for burgers


@novamc1 wrote:

@AuntG 

 

If you are a little put off  by the amount of garlic in the recipe, roasted garlic doesn't have the stronger and more pungent taste of garlic used in its raw state.


Roasted garlic is actually so delicious! It's a good way to eat it if  you're not a garlic fan

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Re: "Donkey Sauce" for burgers

For those who have mentioned liking the flavor of horseradish, I ran across this recipe in a binder of sandwich recipes:

 

1/4 cup mayonnaise

2 tbsp sour cream

1 tbsp refrigerated prepared horseradish

1 tbsp coarse-grain mustard

1 tsp minced garlic

pinch of sugar

 

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Re: "Donkey Sauce" for burgers

@Ladybug724 

@AuntG 

 

I've never made the recipe for FORTY CLOVES OF GARLIC CHICKEN, but the garlic in that dish supposedly doesn't stand out in any obnoxious way, just a flavorful way.

 

I do know from experience that cooked garlic is much more mellow than raw garlic.

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Re: "Donkey Sauce" for burgers

I always replace raw garlic in roasted garlic in dressings, etc.  Tastes so much better to me.