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Traditional Lebanese Garlic paste / sauce / dip


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Traditional Lebanese Garlic paste / sauce / dip

  • 1 cup fresh garlic peeled, Make sure garlic is cold from the fridge
  • 3 cup Avocado Oil (costco brand)
  • Juice juice 1 lemon
  • 1 teaspoon salt
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Use cold garlic from the fridge or freezer. Peel and place into a cup. pack it down tightly and heap it on top (see photo).

    2. With garlic still in cup, fill with water and tip garlic and water into Thermomix bowl.  Use the same cup to measure 3 cups of oil into a pouring jug leave next to thermomix. Juice the lemon and have that ready next to thermomix. Have salt within reach. Once you start the garlic you should not turn it off until it is ready as it may split or not emulsify.

    3. Blend garlic and water on Speed 10, 20 seconds.

    4. Turn to Speed 6. SLOWLY drizzle the oil through the measuring cup. (This should take about 6 minutes) . Pour in lemon juice and add salt. By this time the garlic should be emulsified into a thick paste consistency. It takes me about 6 and a half minutes from when I being to add the oil to wen i get the consistency I need.

    Srape out garlic once complete and without rinsing the bowl, make a herb and garlic pull apart using the garlic left in the bowl!

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  • How long does this last in the fridge?

    Submitted by Bibs189 on 3. June 2020 - 20:06.

    How long does this last in the fridge?

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  • leannepwillliams:...

    Submitted by MelMurphy on 30. January 2018 - 12:40.

    leannepwillliams:

    I have a salicylate intolerance. It is the natural chemical in most fruit & vegetables.

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  • Dearest MelMurphy:...

    Submitted by leannepwillliams on 23. January 2018 - 14:33.

    Dearest MelMurphy:

    Note to self - Ask MelMurphy "How come you aren't allowed lemon?"

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  • Note for self: ...

    Submitted by MelMurphy on 26. August 2017 - 13:24.

    Note for self:

    Try with half a cup of garlic as comments say it was too strong plus I can't have too much garlic.

    Try to substitute lemon juice for citric acid as I'm not allowed lemon.

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  • i made this and it worked out

    Submitted by Maddy96 on 22. September 2016 - 19:05.

    i made this and it worked out great. i followed the recipe to the letter. i found if you leave the measuring cup lid on the oil flows in slowly under it.  it took me about 6 - 7 min

    very strong 

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  • I didn't achieve a thick

    Submitted by stinimende on 30. August 2016 - 16:39.

    I didn't achieve a thick paste consistency either. Let it go for about 8 min. 

    Will definitely try again though. 

    Thank you 

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  • :) Very nice. Quite strong

    Submitted by nursey24 on 27. May 2016 - 16:19.

    tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.) Very nice. Quite strong but easy to make an will last a while.

     

    M.Brookes

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  • Turned out Perfect  thanks 

    Submitted by xtineaub on 4. April 2015 - 10:54.

    Turned out Perfect 

    thanks  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • This is way more garlicky

    Submitted by Bila on 14. January 2015 - 23:20.

    This is way more garlicky than any Lebanese garlic paste that I've made or tasted. Worked beautifully though. Will have to convert my recipe and this batch will definitely not go to waste

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  • Worked perfectly. Very strong

    Submitted by Persistenttiger on 9. August 2014 - 23:01.

    Worked perfectly. Very strong though! 

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  • This is exactly how i used to

    Submitted by Thermumix on 8. July 2014 - 10:24.

    This is exactly how i used to make it in my food processor before i got my Thermomix.

    Its delicious on BBQ meats. 

    Depending on quality of the garlic you can tone down the strength of flavour my gradually adding a bit more oil. (1/2 cup)

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  • Does anyone know if this is

    Submitted by cherylt66 on 19. January 2014 - 23:05.

    Does anyone know if this is suitable for freezing?

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  • Leaving this on speed 6 put

    Submitted by cherylt66 on 19. January 2014 - 22:53.

    Leaving this on speed 6 put garlic all over my kitchen!  So to add the oil I turned my machine to 3 and then turned it back up to mix.

     

    It also took me about 15 minutes to mix  the oil in, and I used more lemon to tone down the garlic.

     

    My end result is fantastic, but I am wondering if others had a success with speed 6?

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  • VERY garlic, but soooooo

    Submitted by nattie1412 on 19. August 2013 - 15:03.

    VERY garlic, but soooooo good!

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  • if its too garlic add more

    Submitted by shayma on 7. July 2013 - 21:21.

    if its too garlic add more lemon or a peice of raw potato when putting the garlic in tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • oh so good, came out nice and

    Submitted by MegsyMoo on 23. June 2013 - 19:57.

    oh so good, came out nice and fluffy.  USed it to make a garlic pizza and also mixed it into the normal pizza too.  VERY strong garlic taste.  Might use just a tad bit less Garlic next time.

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  • mmmmmm....yum....

    Submitted by Rainbow_honey on 30. May 2013 - 23:58.

    tmrc_emoticons.) mmmmmm....yum....

    Live your Life 🦋💦

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  • I didn't achieve the thick

    Submitted by taradowdell on 4. May 2013 - 21:59.

    I didn't achieve the thick paste consistency (this first time) but I love the dip.  We used it on pizza base instead of tomato sauce/paste and topped with parmesan cheese, plus.  Yum.  We sure love garlic!

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