Garlic Vegan Butter | Soy-free
Several years ago I ate at a world famous garlic themed restaurant in San Francisco and discovered to my excitement that caramelized garlic can be delectable spread on bread the same way as butter. I couldn’t believe how the garlic transformed from a spicy, harshness to a smooth, subtle butteriness with just the application of heat. In later years I became more familiar with this magical trait of garlic and decided to pair it with the creaminess of vegan butter here. Enjoy this Garlic Vegan Butter spread on your toast, baked into your hearth breads or use it as a base for something like puff pastry garlic knots. Either way, it’ll be able to stand up to the complexity of traditional butter.
Vegan Butter is designed to mimic real butter in vegan baking applications. Like real butter, Vegan Butter is more solid than tub margarine and not as spreadable. This is so it can perform optimally in vegan baking applications. If your goal is to have a conveniently softer, spreadable Vegan Butter, swap out 1 Tablespoon of the coconut oil with 1 additional Tablespoon olive oil.
Learn more about the food science behind Vegan Butter.
Garlic Vegan Butter Recipe
1) Caramelize your garlic
2) Mix your Vegan Butter ingredients
3) Transfer the Vegan Butter to a mold so it solidifies
For more vegan butter recipes check out the Vegan Butter section.
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Sounds great to me
I've found the recipes on this site to be great, with a lot of thought and experience behind them. I haven't made this particular recipe yet, and while I don't normally comment on recipes I haven't made yet, the author of the comment below this one obviously hasn't made this recipe either, and I wanted to express my appreciation for the site and bump that pointless negativity off the "latest comments" sidebar. Thanks Mattie!
Don't use this recipe.
1 never cook with aluminum foil, it releases toxic gas.
2 microwaving causes cancer.
3 recommending unhealthy ingredients such as soy is poor manner by any cook...
4 I read the ingredients, procedure and decided to take my business elsewhere.
I'm not a prick or a problem, I simply care about my health more than the author of this recipe.
carmelization not healthy
Try to slow cook the garlic but not brown it. Caramelization to anything is not healthy as it contains A.G.E.'s which cause unhealthy visible aging.