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Fried Garlic and Herb Buns

Fried Garlic and Herb Buns

Burgers are a classic tailgate food, but you can kick them up a notch with a seasoned burger bun. Using savory herbs and a...

Burgers are a classic tailgate food, but you can kick them up a notch with a seasoned burger bun. Using savory herbs and a little butter, your favorite burger recipe just got even more delicious.

Ingredients

  • 1 Package of burger buns, such as Ballpark
  • 2 Tablespoons Butter, melted
  • 2 Tablespoons Garlic powder
  • 2 Teaspoons Oregano
  • 2 Teaspoons Salt

Servings4

Calories Per Serving296

Folate equivalent (total)144µg36%


Fried Garlic Recipe

Fried garlic is a must in noodles soup and other soups. It adds the zing and aroma to soups.

Traditionally, fried garlic is made in a pan, however, this is far less convenient and more time consuming than using a microwave when making the quantities you normally use in the home kitchen.

Tips and Techniques

Method

Press the garlic with garlic press into a small, microwavable bowl. The bowl should be large enough to prevent overspilling. If you don't have a garlic press, mince the garlic with a knife instead. Add 2 tablespoons of oil or just enough to cover the garlic. Microwave for 30 seconds -- depending on your microwave, it may take between 30 seconds and 2 minutes.

When you first make this, stop the microwave every 30 seconds and check to see if it's ready. Keep in mind that it will continue to cook in the hot oil after it is taken out of the microwave. The goal is to have the golden color. Fried garlic keeps for a week.

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Fried Garlic Recipe

Fried garlic is a must in noodles soup and other soups. It adds the zing and aroma to soups.

Traditionally, fried garlic is made in a pan, however, this is far less convenient and more time consuming than using a microwave when making the quantities you normally use in the home kitchen.

Tips and Techniques

Method

Press the garlic with garlic press into a small, microwavable bowl. The bowl should be large enough to prevent overspilling. If you don't have a garlic press, mince the garlic with a knife instead. Add 2 tablespoons of oil or just enough to cover the garlic. Microwave for 30 seconds -- depending on your microwave, it may take between 30 seconds and 2 minutes.

When you first make this, stop the microwave every 30 seconds and check to see if it's ready. Keep in mind that it will continue to cook in the hot oil after it is taken out of the microwave. The goal is to have the golden color. Fried garlic keeps for a week.

1 1 2 2

Fried Garlic Recipe

Fried garlic is a must in noodles soup and other soups. It adds the zing and aroma to soups.

Traditionally, fried garlic is made in a pan, however, this is far less convenient and more time consuming than using a microwave when making the quantities you normally use in the home kitchen.

Tips and Techniques

Method

Press the garlic with garlic press into a small, microwavable bowl. The bowl should be large enough to prevent overspilling. If you don't have a garlic press, mince the garlic with a knife instead. Add 2 tablespoons of oil or just enough to cover the garlic. Microwave for 30 seconds -- depending on your microwave, it may take between 30 seconds and 2 minutes.

When you first make this, stop the microwave every 30 seconds and check to see if it's ready. Keep in mind that it will continue to cook in the hot oil after it is taken out of the microwave. The goal is to have the golden color. Fried garlic keeps for a week.

1 1 2 2

Fried Garlic Recipe

Fried garlic is a must in noodles soup and other soups. It adds the zing and aroma to soups.

Traditionally, fried garlic is made in a pan, however, this is far less convenient and more time consuming than using a microwave when making the quantities you normally use in the home kitchen.

Tips and Techniques

Method

Press the garlic with garlic press into a small, microwavable bowl. The bowl should be large enough to prevent overspilling. If you don't have a garlic press, mince the garlic with a knife instead. Add 2 tablespoons of oil or just enough to cover the garlic. Microwave for 30 seconds -- depending on your microwave, it may take between 30 seconds and 2 minutes.

When you first make this, stop the microwave every 30 seconds and check to see if it's ready. Keep in mind that it will continue to cook in the hot oil after it is taken out of the microwave. The goal is to have the golden color. Fried garlic keeps for a week.

1 1 2 2

Fried Garlic Recipe

Fried garlic is a must in noodles soup and other soups. It adds the zing and aroma to soups.

Traditionally, fried garlic is made in a pan, however, this is far less convenient and more time consuming than using a microwave when making the quantities you normally use in the home kitchen.

Tips and Techniques

Method

Press the garlic with garlic press into a small, microwavable bowl. The bowl should be large enough to prevent overspilling. If you don't have a garlic press, mince the garlic with a knife instead. Add 2 tablespoons of oil or just enough to cover the garlic. Microwave for 30 seconds -- depending on your microwave, it may take between 30 seconds and 2 minutes.

When you first make this, stop the microwave every 30 seconds and check to see if it's ready. Keep in mind that it will continue to cook in the hot oil after it is taken out of the microwave. The goal is to have the golden color. Fried garlic keeps for a week.

1 1 2 2

Fried Garlic Recipe

Fried garlic is a must in noodles soup and other soups. It adds the zing and aroma to soups.

Traditionally, fried garlic is made in a pan, however, this is far less convenient and more time consuming than using a microwave when making the quantities you normally use in the home kitchen.

Tips and Techniques

Method

Press the garlic with garlic press into a small, microwavable bowl. The bowl should be large enough to prevent overspilling. If you don't have a garlic press, mince the garlic with a knife instead. Add 2 tablespoons of oil or just enough to cover the garlic. Microwave for 30 seconds -- depending on your microwave, it may take between 30 seconds and 2 minutes.

When you first make this, stop the microwave every 30 seconds and check to see if it's ready. Keep in mind that it will continue to cook in the hot oil after it is taken out of the microwave. The goal is to have the golden color. Fried garlic keeps for a week.

1 1 2 2

Fried Garlic Recipe

Fried garlic is a must in noodles soup and other soups. It adds the zing and aroma to soups.

Traditionally, fried garlic is made in a pan, however, this is far less convenient and more time consuming than using a microwave when making the quantities you normally use in the home kitchen.

Tips and Techniques

Method

Press the garlic with garlic press into a small, microwavable bowl. The bowl should be large enough to prevent overspilling. If you don't have a garlic press, mince the garlic with a knife instead. Add 2 tablespoons of oil or just enough to cover the garlic. Microwave for 30 seconds -- depending on your microwave, it may take between 30 seconds and 2 minutes.

When you first make this, stop the microwave every 30 seconds and check to see if it's ready. Keep in mind that it will continue to cook in the hot oil after it is taken out of the microwave. The goal is to have the golden color. Fried garlic keeps for a week.

1 1 2 2

Fried Garlic Recipe

Fried garlic is a must in noodles soup and other soups. It adds the zing and aroma to soups.

Traditionally, fried garlic is made in a pan, however, this is far less convenient and more time consuming than using a microwave when making the quantities you normally use in the home kitchen.

Tips and Techniques

Method

Press the garlic with garlic press into a small, microwavable bowl. The bowl should be large enough to prevent overspilling. If you don't have a garlic press, mince the garlic with a knife instead. Add 2 tablespoons of oil or just enough to cover the garlic. Microwave for 30 seconds -- depending on your microwave, it may take between 30 seconds and 2 minutes.

When you first make this, stop the microwave every 30 seconds and check to see if it's ready. Keep in mind that it will continue to cook in the hot oil after it is taken out of the microwave. The goal is to have the golden color. Fried garlic keeps for a week.

1 1 2 2

Fried Garlic Recipe

Fried garlic is a must in noodles soup and other soups. It adds the zing and aroma to soups.

Traditionally, fried garlic is made in a pan, however, this is far less convenient and more time consuming than using a microwave when making the quantities you normally use in the home kitchen.

Tips and Techniques

Method

Press the garlic with garlic press into a small, microwavable bowl. The bowl should be large enough to prevent overspilling. If you don't have a garlic press, mince the garlic with a knife instead. Add 2 tablespoons of oil or just enough to cover the garlic. Microwave for 30 seconds -- depending on your microwave, it may take between 30 seconds and 2 minutes.

When you first make this, stop the microwave every 30 seconds and check to see if it's ready. Keep in mind that it will continue to cook in the hot oil after it is taken out of the microwave. The goal is to have the golden color. Fried garlic keeps for a week.

1 1 2 2

Fried Garlic Recipe

Fried garlic is a must in noodles soup and other soups. It adds the zing and aroma to soups.

Traditionally, fried garlic is made in a pan, however, this is far less convenient and more time consuming than using a microwave when making the quantities you normally use in the home kitchen.

Tips and Techniques

Method

Press the garlic with garlic press into a small, microwavable bowl. The bowl should be large enough to prevent overspilling. If you don't have a garlic press, mince the garlic with a knife instead. Add 2 tablespoons of oil or just enough to cover the garlic. Microwave for 30 seconds -- depending on your microwave, it may take between 30 seconds and 2 minutes.

When you first make this, stop the microwave every 30 seconds and check to see if it's ready. Keep in mind that it will continue to cook in the hot oil after it is taken out of the microwave. The goal is to have the golden color. Fried garlic keeps for a week.

1 1 2 2