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Learn how to roast garlic in the microwave in just minutes. If you are a garlic lover, this is a must-have recipe. You will be topping all of your Buddha bowls with perfectly roasted garlic in no time. 

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Buddha Bowl basics will teach you simple kitchen basics to help you save food and add flavor to your bowl. This recipe for Roasted Garlic is great for… well just about anything! Add it in with vegetables, cook protein with it, or mix some minced garlic into your bowl.

Check out all of our recipes to make your Buddha Bowl Grains and Greens, Proteins, Veggies, Sauces and Toppings here!

Why Roast Garlic in the Microwave?

  • It is the fastest and easiest way to roast garlic
  • Little prep time and minimum clean up 
  • Use this recipe to quickly add a delicious soft garlic flavor to anything!

Ingredients

  • 1 head of garlic
  • olive oil
  • 3 tbsp water

How to Roast Garlic in the Microwave – Step by Step 

  1. Cut the top (pointed end) off of the head of garlic so you can see the cloves 

2. In a small, shallow, microwave safe dish (or mug) place the garlic and pour the water in

3. Drizzle with a decent amount of olive oil (I like to use a pretty generous amount)

4. Microwave at 50% power for about 8 minutes, enjoy!

How to Roast Garlic in the Microwave

Learn how to roast buttery tender garlic in just 10 minutes! Depending on how many watts your microwave is, cook time may vary.
Prep Time1 min
Active Time10 mins
Total Time11 mins
Course: condiment
Keyword: garlic, roasted garlic

Materials

  • 1 head garlic
  • 3 tbsp water
  • olive oil

Instructions

  • Cut the top (pointed end) off of the head of garlic so you can see the cloves
  • In a small, shallow, microwave safe dish (or mug) place the garlic and pour the water in
  • Drizzle with a decent amount of olive oil (I like to use a pretty generous amount)
  • Microwave at 40% power for about 10 minutes, enjoy!

If you have tried making roasted garlic in the microwave, or any other recipe on my blog, then please rate it and let me know how it turned out in the comments below!

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