Step 1: What You Need
You will also need some olive oil, salt, pepper, and aluminum foil.
Also, a hot oven set to 350 F.
Step 2: This Is What We Do
Place the remaining head on a piece of aluminum foil large enough to wrap it in.
Pour some olive oil over the top, allowing some to sink into the garlic and run down the sides. This helps the garlic to stay moist and not dry out. If you like, sprinkle some salt and pepper on top.
Wrap up in the aluminum and pop it in the oven.
Let it roast at least an hour or until the cloves of garlic have gone soft and mushy.
Step 3: Enjoy!
Let your imagination go wild now! Add it to sauces and pasta dishes, rub it on steak, fold it into bread dough before baking, mash it in with your mashed potatoes, spread it on pizza dough. And if you really love garlic, feel free to eat it as is. Roasted garlic is smoother on the palate than raw garlic.