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Pressure Cooker Roasted Garlic - The Fervent Mama: This pressure cooker roasted garlic will knock your socks off. No more waiting hours for oven-roasted garlic, you can have it in minimal time and I think it tastes even better than I give it credit for. And look, I give it a lot of credit.

Pressure Cooker Roasted Garlic

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I LOVE GARLIC. I have a serious obsession with the stuff. I just can’t get enough of it and I put it in every single savory dish I can possibly make it fit. So I put my two favorite things together, my pressure cooker and garlic and started exploring cooking garlic in my pressure cooker. I knew I was onto something good.

This pressure cooker roasted garlic will knock your socks off. No more waiting hours for oven-roasted garlic, you can have it in minimal time and I think it tastes even better than I give it credit for. And look, I give it a lot of credit.

Pressure Cooker Roasted Garlic - The Fervent Mama: This pressure cooker roasted garlic will knock your socks off. No more waiting hours for oven-roasted garlic, you can have it in minimal time and I think it tastes even better than I give it credit for. And look, I give it a lot of credit.

Besides just eating the garlic spread plain, is that just me?, I had been playing with a few garlic-infused recipes, so be on the lookout for a special one soon. But, in the meantime, I’m gonna show you how to make the most scrumptious pressure cooker roasted garlic.

I do have to admit that you’re not just gonna be pressure cooking and done. To really get that “roasted” flavor, we’re adding an extra step, broiling. Using your oven broiler as a companion to your pressure cooker is almost always a great idea! In fact, we already do it in some of our recipes, like these Amazing Pressure Cooker BBQ Ribs.

Pressure Cooker Roasted Garlic

First things first, you’re gonna chop the stems off your heads of garlic and load them up with extra virgin olive oil and salt. This pressure cooker roasted garlic is not just another dish, it’s delicate and fancy, so we want to be sure to use the good stuff- EXTRA VIRGIN.

Pressure Cooker Roasted Garlic - The Fervent Mama: This pressure cooker roasted garlic will knock your socks off. No more waiting hours for oven-roasted garlic, you can have it in minimal time and I think it tastes even better than I give it credit for. And look, I give it a lot of credit.

We’re not even gonna peel this or anything. Because when it’s finished, the cloves are just gonna pop out like candy pieces. We’re gonna pressure cook our garlic for 8 minutes. I tried it at 6 minutes and felt like it needed just a little more time to become really melty, so go for 8 minutes. You can adjust to your liking, but I suggest no less than 6 with a full natural release.

Pressure Cooker Roasted Garlic - The Fervent Mama: This pressure cooker roasted garlic will knock your socks off. No more waiting hours for oven-roasted garlic, you can have it in minimal time and I think it tastes even better than I give it credit for. And look, I give it a lot of credit.

A lot of recipes I came across didn’t add the olive oil or salt until they went under the broiler. We’re going to go a different route because when you pressure cook your garlic with the seasoning, it’s able to really penetrate and meld flavors. So when they finish, you’re gonna pop them into a heat safe dish and add another good dosing of extra virgin olive oil and salt.

Pressure Cooker Roasted Garlic - The Fervent Mama: This pressure cooker roasted garlic will knock your socks off. No more waiting hours for oven-roasted garlic, you can have it in minimal time and I think it tastes even better than I give it credit for. And look, I give it a lot of credit.

Now, put them under the broiler and let them crisp up, really getting that roast-y flavor. The time under the broiler is completely up to your preference, so you can adjust this time to you’re liking too, but I really feel like another 8 minutes under a broiler on HI is the sweet spot.

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Let the garlic cool just enough so that it’s not too hot to touch. Then you’re welcome to dig in! You should be able to just lightly squeeze the bulbs and all of your pressure cooker roasted garlic goodness will come spewing out.

Pressure Cooker Roasted Garlic

Pressure Cooker Roasted Garlic

Yield: 6-8 Servings
Cook Time: 8 minutes
Additional Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 23 minutes

 This pressure cooker roasted garlic will knock your socks off. No more waiting hours for oven-roasted garlic, you can have it in minimal time and I think it tastes even better than I give it credit for. And look, I give it a lot of credit.

Ingredients

  • 3 large bulbs garlic
  • 3 tbs olive oil, extra virgin
  • 1 tbs salt
  • 1 cup water

Instructions

  1. Cut the stems off of your garlic bulbs and dose them with half the extra virgin olive oil and half of the salt.
  2. Put 1 cup water into your pressure cooker and then put in your steamer basket.
  3. Place your seasoned garlic bulbs onto the steamer basket. Close and lock the lid, cook on HI pressure for 8 minutes. 
  4. When the 8 minutes of pressure cooking is finished, delay the keep warm mode or unplug your pressure cooker to allow the pot to perform a full natural release. Turn your oven broiler to HI and allow it to heat.
  5. Once the pot has completely depressurized (about 10-15 minutes), carefully place the garlic bulbs into an oven-safe bowl and top generously with the remaining extra virgin olive oil and salt.
  6. Place your dish of garlic bulbs into your hot broiler for another 8 minutes, or until the garlic has become slightly browned and crisped. 
  7. Once the garlic has cooled enough to touch, you can gently squeeze the garlic bulbs to release the garlic. 
  8. Your roasted garlic can keep for up to 3 weeks in an air-tight container inside your fridge. 

You can add this roasted garlic to your favorite recipes to give them an extra layer of flavors, use it as a spread on bread, or whatever else your little heart desires. I just know you’ll definitely surprise your family with how savvy you are with your fancy pressure cooker.

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