I saw in a recipe book by the Grill company Weber where they claimed that if you roast a garlic over medium heat in the grill, until it becomes pulp, and then slather it on your baguette and eat it, it will not leave bad taste/smell afterwards.

Is this true? I love garlic but it leaves strong smell, so I avoid it.

  • Another option is to heat the garlic in warm milk for about 5 mins and then have the garlic – Sam Jul 22 '15 at 1:43

Roasting garlic tends to make it sweeter and milder in flavour yes. It will not be completely undetectable, but it is certainly less strong than sautéed garlic.

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    It is less strong, but if you slather it on you will still repel vampires pretty effectively. – GdD Jul 20 '15 at 15:05

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