Dec 1, 2011

Garlic Press

Garlic Press

Garlic is a hard food to tackle. The time it takes to get to the clove is hassle enough, but mincing it isn't easy either. If you use garlic often you know it's messy, smelly and painstaking work. Which is why the garlic press was invented.

This helpful kitchen utensil crushes garlic cloves through a grid of small holes creating mushy garlic paste that can be easily added to your concoction. This process is not only easy, but also efficient. The press crushes the plant's cell walls releasing that strong garlic flavor. You can even press the clove through the press without removing the skin. Clean up is quick, with no garlic aroma on your hands.

You can find a garlic press at any kitchenware store. Prices range from $15 to $30 depending on brand and materials.

For more kitchen gadget descriptions, check out our archives.

No comments:

Post a Comment