£2.99/Per 250gm Packet
An Asian variety of garlic that consists of a single, ball-shaped clove.
KEEP IN MIND
Solo garlic is practical and easy to peel. But it tends to be less aromatic than ordinary garlic.
HOW TO COOK SOLO GARLIC
Like. The difference is that it’s easier to peel.
Bigger garlic can be sliced and deep-fried into chips to use as a garnish.
A garlic-scented stir fry.
Single Clove Garlic
Single clove garlic has appeared in the shops of late, all the way from China, it looks great, taste good, you can roast it whole in its skin and scoop it out to eat with a teaspoon, or slice into coin-sized discs and fry crisp a pure delight.
Solo garlic, also known as single clove garlic, monobulb garlic, single bulb garlic, or pearl garlic, is a variety of Allium sativum (garlic). The size of the single clove differs from approximately 25 to 50 mm in diameter. It has the flavour of the garlic clove but is somewhat milder and slightly perfumed. The appearance is somewhat akin to that of a pickling onion, with white skin and often purple stripes. Solo garlic offers the advantage, compared to traditional garlic, of being very quick and easy to peel.