Garlic powder is also great for putting an even coating of flavor (like a rub on meat) rather than the bursts of flavor that minced garlic provides.

The faster version of garlic

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Today’s quick tip is in regards to actual quickness.  Garlic is wonderful and improves the flavor of pretty much anything.  But if you aren’t already cutting vegetables, then dirtying a cutting board to chop some up is a pain, and your hands end up all stinky (I personally like that smell, but I’m weird).  I often add garlic powder or garlic salt in situations like these (and sometimes when I could use real garlic, too!).  Garlic salt is great for applications like seasoning chicken or avocados for guacamole, but it does allow less control over seasoning, so I like to opt for the garlic powder and salt separately.

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Garlic powder is also great for putting an even coating of flavor (like a rub on meat) rather than the bursts of flavor that minced garlic provides.

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