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Peeling Garlic


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Ingredients

1 jar(s)

  • 3 bunch Garlic, cloves
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Recipe's preparation

    Peeling Garlic
  1. Seperate garlic into cloves. I do 3 bulbs at a time

  2. Cover with 800gms water. Then 4-8 seconds,Reverse,speed 4 or till all peeled.When done scrape skins from top of water.p>

  3. Then put into a well sealed container. I keep for up to a month

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  • Thank you, this is the best way to do garlic,...

    Submitted by Newbie77 on 2. May 2021 - 15:12.

    Thank you, this is the best way to do garlic, saves so much time.

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  • Saved me so much time! Needed to peel 3 whole...

    Submitted by Simone93 on 8. March 2018 - 15:11.

    Saved me so much time! Needed to peel 3 whole bulbs. A few pieces weren’t completely peeled but definitely made it much easier as the bulk was done.

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  • I was fortunate enough to harvest 115 bulbs this...

    Submitted by Becbarwick on 28. January 2018 - 15:54.

    I was fortunate enough to harvest 115 bulbs this year - this recipe increases the speed in preparing garlic for mincing and preserving

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  • not sure what i did wrong but not all peeled...

    Submitted by a sprig of this on 12. January 2018 - 17:20.

    not sure what i did wrong but not all peeled following the above instructions. however, still happy with the result as doing it by hand would have taken forever. thank you!!!!

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  • Thank you for this! 1 bulb of garlic, 4 seconds,...

    Submitted by Keltonsmom on 4. December 2017 - 09:18.

    Thank you for this! 1 bulb of garlic, 4 seconds, reverse, speed 4...checked then 2 seconds more and it was perfect. Much appreciated.

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  • Thank you, it works brilliantly, what a great tip,...

    Submitted by Sooty Girl on 24. October 2017 - 18:32.

    Thank you, it works brilliantly, what a great tip, thanks for sharingSmile

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  • I have done 2 lots now and apart from a...

    Submitted by Nannyplum on 3. September 2017 - 08:05.

    I have done 2 lots now and apart from a few"mangled" the others were good so easy to do and a great time saver

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  • I have done this a few times now and the majority...

    Submitted by donitat on 12. July 2017 - 11:24.

    I have done this a few times now and the majority of the time it works well, on the other occasions it did not peel some of the bulbs properly but they were very easy to peel by hand. I do think it will vary on the age of the bulbs but I will do a very large batch once a week and it does save lots of time.

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  • Oh no!! Did you start at 4

    Submitted by MTR My Thermie Rules on 22. February 2016 - 21:28.

    Oh no!! Did you start at 4 seconds?? tmrc_emoticons.(

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  • This recipe butchered my

    Submitted by realaussiemumma on 22. February 2016 - 15:28.

    This recipe butchered my garlic. waste of time and money!

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  • HI!! I think soemtimes it has

    Submitted by MTR My Thermie Rules on 18. January 2015 - 19:39.

    HI!! I think soemtimes it has to do with the age of the garlic as well. I also give it an extra second or 2 sometimes. Thx for commenting. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I tried this and

    Submitted by Weightogo on 18. January 2015 - 17:47.

    I tried this and unfortunately I still had a lot of cloves left unpeeled! It did however make the remaining ones a lot easier to peel! I will definately be doing this again! Thankyou for sharing! tmrc_emoticons.)

     

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  • My husband is a gardener and

    Submitted by margarose on 18. April 2014 - 11:36.

    My husband is a gardener and he grows garlic. It's his hobby but dealing with the produce ends up being my department. Today I have possibly a hundred small cloves of garlic that were too small to plant. I'm looking for an easy way out. When I have minced the garlic I will mix it with some olive oil and spoon it into ice cubes to  freeze them for the days when I just cannot be bothered to do fresh.

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  • Sometimes you need to crush

    Submitted by Yvette78 on 8. November 2013 - 15:48.

    Sometimes you need to crush your garlic and sometimes you need to dice your garlic, depending on the recipe. So peeling it by crushing with a knife is find if crushing it is whats required. I don't get the taste difference really, but the fancy chefs on TV say there is a difference tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Sometimes you need to crush

    Submitted by Yvette78 on 8. November 2013 - 15:48.

    Sometimes you need to crush your garlic and sometimes you need to dice your garlic, depending on the recipe. So peeling it by crushing with a knife is find if crushing it is whats required. I don't get the taste difference really, but the fancy chefs on TV say there is a difference tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Thank you Very much!!

    Submitted by harveykiwi on 8. October 2013 - 19:19.

    Thank you Very much!! Big Smile Big Smile

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  • I can't understand why we

    Submitted by annebarnes on 17. March 2013 - 21:51.

    I can't understand why we need a T/X recipe tp peel garlic! Get a clove of garlic and squash it down hard with a wide flat bladed knife. Garlic pops and it is so easy to remove skin. If I am missing something please inform me.

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  • Hi Thermomixers, I

    Submitted by Pusskin on 17. March 2013 - 19:29.

    Hi Thermomixers,

    I accidentally minced mine after watching a YouTubr 'slider' by Helene, a blogger from Canada, by letting it go to 30secs! Not doing that again! tmrc_emoticons.p  Have found that two bursts of Spd 4, 2 seconds, with with or without  water works, as suggested by Quirky Cooking's Jo. I'm not sure whether it he trouble is really worth it though, because I still get a little bit of minced garlic at the end, and have to pick up teensy bits of peel. Having said that, I did three lovely bulbs of garlic in 3 minutes flat and have a big jar of garlic in oil, and probably won't need to peel for at least a fortnight. 

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  • Really, I do this fornightly.

    Submitted by MTR My Thermie Rules on 11. November 2012 - 20:03.

    Really, I do this fornightly. I always so 3 whole bulbs at a time. I have noticed it takes a shorter time with my local grown garlic than Woolies stuff. xoxo

     

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  • Hmm - I also had a jumbled

    Submitted by johealy on 11. November 2012 - 15:26.

    Hmm - I also had a jumbled mess of garlic and skin at the top of the water...  Think 4 is too fast, but not going to bother trying it slower...

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  • did the 10-15 seconds on

    Submitted by tracy_hilton on 8. May 2012 - 19:32.

    did the 10-15 seconds on reverse speed 4 but the blades still took chunks out of the garlic and not all were peeled.  More trouble than it's worth.

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  • It should say 10-15 seconds

    Submitted by MTR My Thermie Rules on 8. May 2012 - 12:33.

    It should say 10-15 seconds then a few more seconds if all not peeled. Sorry!!!

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  • (No subject)

    Submitted by MTR My Thermie Rules on 8. May 2012 - 12:32.

    tmrc_emoticons.(

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  • :(  

    Submitted by MTR My Thermie Rules on 8. May 2012 - 12:30.

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  • :(  10-15 seconds. xo

    Submitted by MTR My Thermie Rules on 8. May 2012 - 12:29.

    tmrc_emoticons.(  10-15 seconds. xo

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  • Please note change ladies,

    Submitted by MTR My Thermie Rules on 8. May 2012 - 12:27.

    Please note change ladies, should say 10-15 seconds not 3 minites!!! No wonder it was mush. Big typo there. tmrc_emoticons.((

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  • I'm wondering if speed 4 is

    Submitted by carolynapostolou on 7. May 2012 - 18:35.

    I'm wondering if speed 4 is too strong. My organic bulbs turned into minced garlic soup after 3mins, Reverse, speed 4!

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  • Not sure what happened with

    Submitted by Issy on 7. May 2012 - 17:49.

    Not sure what happened with mine.  Did all the recipe said to the tee except only left in for 1.5min and checked and it was minced to pulp.  Epic failure, so I guess that lot of garlic will be getting used to spray the vegies..what a shame.  Is the 3 min stated above the correct time?  Would love to know what went wrong.  not game to try again as I don't fancy wasting any more local garlic which is hard to get. tmrc_emoticons.~

     

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  • Not sure what happened but my

    Submitted by chilly10 on 7. May 2012 - 16:01.

    Not sure what happened but my garlic completely fell apart - didn't look anything like yours!! 

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  • Thanks Jackie!!

    Submitted by MTR My Thermie Rules on 6. May 2012 - 16:18.

    tmrc_emoticons.) Thanks Jackie!!

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  • I love this tip.

    Submitted by Jackie77 on 5. May 2012 - 22:15.

    I love this tip.

    Jackie

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