Quick Introduction

Simply Garlic brings you the easiest way to spice up your dinner recipes. With our range of ready-made crushed/chopped garlic, you can cater to every family member’s taste. We are proud to be a garlic supplier in South Africa.

What Crushed Garlic We Produce:

  • Plain Crushed Garlic
  • Garlic and Herbs
  • Garlic and Chilli
  • Garlic and Ginger
  • Garlic Butter

 

A-Grade Quality

Simply Garlic only uses the highest grade of garlic available. This ensures that you enjoy the best tasting crushed garlic around

Scientific Rehydration Processes

Our rehydration processes has been optimised on technical and quality levels. Click here to see our FSA approval.

Garlic is Good for You

You didn’t know? Garlic is healthy! Follow this link (external) for all the health benefits.

Happy = Happy

Happy workers lead to well-made products which lead to happy customers. Your crushed garlic is rehydrated and packaged in a relaxed work environment.

Our Transport is So Cool

By making used of refrigerated transport vehicles – our garlic stays below required temperatures so that your garlic has a long shelf life

 

Where can I get it?

Our Garlic is currently sold in South Africa, under the Freshmark Brand, in partnership with Shoprite/Checkers, as well as Fruitspot and MassMart.

 

On what dishes can I use this crushed garlic?

Crushed garlic can be used on almost any brunch, lunch and dinner meal you can think of. Be it your favourite starch such as potatoes, rice, chips or stamp-mielies, your favourite meat such as chicken, steak, kebabs or lamb, or even your favourite vegetables, our crushed/chopped garlic is the ideal ready-to-use solution to add that extra flavour we South Africans love so dearly.

My final, considered judgment is that the hardy bulb [garlic] blesses and ennobles everything it touches – with the possible exception of ice cream and pie.
Angelo Pellegrini, The Unprejudiced Palate (1948)

 

Some interesting uses of garlic around the world

  • Garlic is generally used internationally for its acrid taste as a seasoning or dressing
  • Other parts of the garlic plant are also edible – the leaves and flowers
  • Different cooking methods either causes an intensified or mild garlic flavour
  • Some breads linked to garlic: bruschetta, crostini, garlic toast, canapé, and garlic bread
  • Garlic is an integral part in many dishes of various regions, such as: South Asia, Southeast Asia, Eastern Asia, Northern Africa, Southern Europe, the Middle East, and South and Central America
  • In Korea whole garlic “heads” are sometimes prepared with the garlic skins attached
  • Garlic bathed in vinegar (a kind of pickled garlic) is presented with dumplings in northern China to celebrate the Chinese New Year
  • Poultry, soups and stews are made with lightly smoked garlic in England as a European cuisine
  • Yoghurt mixed with garlic and salt is a common sauce in Eastern Mediterranean cuisines

 

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