Smaf's garlic sauce

Smaf's garlic sauce
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
Method
 
  • 1/2 garlic head
  • 2 tb spoons of olive oil
  • 300g sour cream
  • warm water
  • salt & black pepper
First of all you need to peel the skin of the garlic, then chop it just a little bit, put it in a mortar, add salt and pestle it untill you get a paste (this is the hardest part but it pays off...and don't get lazy, doesn't work with the blender, you won't get it right). Put the olive oil in the mortar too and mix it very well with the garlic paste. Add a little bit of warm water (not hot), put the mix in a small bowl and then add the sour cream, some salt and pepper and mix it. I usually add some vegetable soup base condiments in stead of salt. If you want a little more flavor you can add some Provence herbs.
Works very well with grills and barbeque.

Enjoy! ;)

Smaf's garlic sauce

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If you thought romanians are vampires, then guess again... Still not convinced? Try this garlic sauce before landing here :) Me and Andreea (my girlfriend) are crazy about this sauce. It's perfect for grills but to be honest we eat this sauce with anything we get our hands on before the grill is ready :P

Method


First of all you need to peel the skin of the garlic, then chop it just a little bit, put it in a mortar, add salt and pestle it untill you get a paste (this is the hardest part but it pays off...and don't get lazy, doesn't work with the blender, you won't get it right). Put the olive oil in the mortar too and mix it very well with the garlic paste. Add a little bit of warm water (not hot), put the mix in a small bowl and then add the sour cream, some salt and pepper and mix it. I usually add some vegetable soup base condiments in stead of salt. If you want a little more flavor you can add some Provence herbs.
Works very well with grills and barbeque.

Enjoy! ;)
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