What is Garlic Confit

And how do you use it in your Singaporean kitchen!?

Garlic Confit Explained

What is Garlic Confit?

What is garlic confit?

Garlic confit is a dish that is made by cooking garlic cloves in olive oil until the garlic turns a deep golden color and becomes very soft. This dish has been used for many years to not just preserve – but enhance the taste of various dishes. 

Garlic confit can be eaten as a side to many dishes (see our recipes) or it used as an ingredient in others. 

What is it used for?

Garlic confit is a tasty way to elevate or enhance dishes with a very mild garlic flavour. It can be used to create sauces and spreads or as a toppings for salads and baked items. The oil can also be drizzled over pasta or rice dishes, adding flavour and depth.

At Singarlic, we have come up with unique, locally adapted meal-plans you can try with a bottle of Singarlic which would cover a few good meals, that could be prepared over the span of a month, which is about how long you can keep bottled Singarlics (see storage and care instructions for Singarlic bottles).

Are there any health benefits?

There are numerous health benefits of Singarlic when used as a garlic butter alternative. Head on over to this page to read all about them. 

Culinary origins – the history of garlic confit.

The term “confit” comes from the French word for preserved. Over time, the word has come to mean more than just preservation in fat.

The history of garlic confit can be traced back to the Middle Ages. Recipes for meat preparations have been found in cookbooks such as Le Viandier de Taillevent and Le Menagier de Paris written in the 14th century. Garlic confit was served extensively throughout France during World War II, when it supplemented meat shortages by giving a strong flavor without meat. 

What is Garlic Confit?
What is Garlic Confit?

Why should you get Singarlic for your kitchen?

As working professionals ourselves, we know how occupied work can make you. Before the pandemic, home cooked meals were a treat, and eating out, the norm. This has changed, and we’re all constantly looking for the simplest, most delicious and nutritious ways to feed ourselves and our families. 

Singarlic has multiple use for the Singaporean kitchen. Beyond just being an immediately healthier, more delicious garlic butter replacement, the cloves and the aromatic oil can be used for a variety of fishes, from cafe-style western, to local cuisine. Just head on over to the product page to find out more.

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