Fried Garlic / Buffalo Garlic




Introduction: Fried Garlic / Buffalo Garlic

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This delicious treat is a good way to use your leftover batter when making fried chicken or whatever. 

Step 1: Things You Will Need

Note: I usually make a few of these while cooking up other fried foods, so normally I would use a
          Bulb or two of garlic and whatever batter or breading That is left over. But for this, I will post a
          mini version of one of my batter recipes , just in case you want to make the garlic by itself.

5 bulbs of garlic
oil for frying


1 cups flour
1Tbsp Corn Starch
A Pinch of salt
1/4 tsp pepper
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp onion powder
1/4 tbs cayenne
1/2 tsp chili pepper
1/2 tsp cumin
1/4 tsp adobo seasoning
1 beaten egg
1/2 cup beer
1/3 cup milk
3 Tbsp melted Butter ( i use coconut oil)

The Buffalo Sauce (optional):

1/2 cup Louisiana hot sauce
2 TBSP  butter
1 zip lock bag or small, air-tight container

Note: you can make half batches of the sauce for smaller amounts or garlic, if you are  frying other treats.

Step 2: Making the Batter

1.Mix flour, corn starch, salt, pepper, and all other dry seasonings together in large bowl
2.In another bowl, Mix in eggs, Beer, milk, and melted butter
3.Pour wet mixture into dry ingredients bowl and stir until well blended. It should be just a little runny
4. Let sit in the refrigerator for 30 to 45 minutes.

Step 3: It's Garlic Time!

1. Peal off the garlic skin and cut off the hard bottom pieces.
2. Heat oil in pan.
2. Place cleaned garlic cloves into batter and coat thoroughly.
3. Place coated garlic cloves into hot oil and cook until golden brown. (about 5-6 Minutes, flip half way
4. Remove from oil and drain on paper plate or towel.

Step 4: Make Them Buffilo Style!

1. Combine hot sauce and butter in a small Glass or bowl.
2. Microwave sauce on high until the butter is melted, About 45 to 60 seconds.
3. Mix until well blended, then Pour sauce into a zip lock bag or container.
4. Place cooked garlic cloves into zip lock bag (or container) and seat tight.
5. Gently shake bag until all garlic cloves are completely coated.
6. Remove garlic from bag and serve with blue cheese or ranch dressing.

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    8 Discussions

    these do sound good, wonder if you could roast the garlic a bit first, not too much just enough to pre-soften it a bit, add a touch of sweetness and mellow it a bit


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    That sounds like a great idea. frying them helps mellow the garlic and makes them a softer, but they still hold there shape (kinda like a steamed carrot or something). Roasting the garlic first would help give them that super mushy texture that melts in your mouth. Roasting them to long though might make it hard to batter & fry them though. I guess we'll Just have to do some science experiments. Thanks for the Great idea and enjoy the garlic my friend!


    7 years ago on Introduction

    Oh gawd I love garlic.
    I'm going to have to make these next time I fire up the deep fryer. I used to have friends come over and help me peel cloves for pickled garlic.


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I am a huge garlic fan too! I plan on trying to get out some more recipes where it is one of the main ingredients. I always find it fun to come up with some new ways to eat a food that I love. If you want another good garlic recipe I did, check out my Garlic Cheese & Bacon Stuffed Meatballs.  They are a big hit around my house, and can be eaten in so many different ways. Thanx for the view!!