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Have we told you lately that we love you? No, really – we couldn’t ask for better customers, and this is why we’ve asked our foodie friend Kasey, of food-and-music pairings blog Turntable Kitchen, to share one of her famed recipes as a token of our appreciation. It doesn’t stop there, though. If you purchase any item from our Kitchen & Dining category, we’ll add one of her special recipe cards to your cart, while supplies last, so you can enjoy more gourmet good eats at home.
In case you’re not a part of the lucky bunch who receives a card, here’s a recipe you can make at home right now. Now, dust off that counter top and get ready for a real treat!
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Rosemary-roasted Garlic and Dill Butter with Warm Bread
By Kasey Hickey, Turntable Kitchen
What you’ll need:
4 heads garlic
1 sprig of fresh rosemary, cut into 4 pieces
3 tablespoons of butter
3 tablespoons of finely chopped fresh dill
Coarse sea salt
1-2 fresh baguettes
1. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Cut the top third of the garlic heads off, revealing the clove inside. Sprinkle each with a bit of salt, drizzle with oil, top with a piece of rosemary and wrap individually in foil.
2. Place the garlic on a baking sheet and roast for about 50 minutes.
3. To make the dill butter, combine the butter and dill in a food processor and pulse until the dill is completely incorporated into the butter and the mixture is smooth. Transfer dill butter to a small serving dish and sprinkle with coarse sea salt (we like French Gray Sea Salt).
4. When the garlic is done, unwrap it and place it on a serving dish. Lower the oven temperature to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
5. Wrap the baguette in foil and place in the oven for about 5-10 minutes to warm it up.
6. Slice baguette or serve whole, allowing guests to break their own pieces. Top baguette slices with butter and roasted garlic (it should be creamy and spreadable).
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that looks so good D:
That seems delicious! But I don’t like garlic’s smell. Can I try it?
I’ve had this before, and roasted garlic is actually more like a butter spread than something super pungent. You should try it!
Wow I am loving this! I have to try it 🙂
Wow, this looks delicious!! I roast garlic to spread all the time, but I’ve never thought to pair it with dill before. Can’t wait to try it!
-Emma from littlemotley.blogspot.com
I do love roasted garlic recipes!
I tried this with all organic ingredients and just 3 garlic bulbs and it was delicious!
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