Garlic Baker - #107
How does this work?
1. Soak the lid in water for about 15 minutes so the unglazed part retains some moisture.
2. While the lid is soaking, cut the tops off the garlic bulbs and remove the loose paper.
3. Place the whole bulb of garlic on the plate (optional: and sprinkle with sea salt and pepper).
4. Put the damp lid on top of plate which covers up the garlic.
5. Place the entire Garlic Baker into a cold oven.
6. Set oven to 350F and set time for 50-60 minutes.
7. Remove from oven and uncover
8. Each soft clove will slip out of the bulb by using a small fork or knife.
9. The soft clove will spread like soft butter on a piece of bread.
10. Add Romano cheese and enjoy!
This handmade pottery garlic baker has been made on the potter’s wheel.
Microwave, oven, dishwasher, and food safe.
Made in Iowa, U.S.A.
6.5 inches in diameter (the plate)
3.25 inches in height (without handle)
5.5 inches diameter inside dome
2.5 inches height inside dome
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