Garlic powder works in any recipe that calls for dried or fresh garlic. The difference is intensity. Use a light hand and taste as you go when stirring it into salad dressings, rubs, marinades, sauces and stews.
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This product has no significant nutritional value.
its very great taste with a bit spicy of garlic. I love it
Diana | May 17, 2014 |
I love the little extra flavor it gives
Jennifer | April 26, 2013 |
Cherie Blair | May 06, 2013 |
love McCormick, period!
trina | March 16, 2016 |
Love the garlic flavor that it gives meat and vegetables. Do not like the lid with five big wholes in it. Makes it hard to control the amount of garlic power that you need to use.
Donna | August 23, 2015 |
Love the taste, but there are two things VERY wrong with this: (1) The holes are huge; beware pouring it all over everything. (2) There is NO NUTRITION INFORMATION. Anywhere, apparently. Come on? Is it really that hard to tell us what's in garlic powder? I can't add this to any recipes now, because my roommate is on an extremely low-salt diet, and I can't promise him it doesn't have sodium. Pathetic, McCormick. I expect better from my previously favorite spice company. Leaving for a company that has some respect for us.
Rebecca | December 31, 2016 |
Love the garlic powder but the holes are huge. We have had more dishes ruined because too much comes out. Why are they so large? Good grief!
Geri Krott | December 15, 2015 |
I will not buy this product again until it is MADE IN AMERICA!!! Two reasons: 1) FOOD SAFETY 2) I do not like supporting China's economy. I would rather support America's economy.
curo | May 24, 2015 |
Bought the garlic powder yesterday at Costco. Got it home and was reading the label and saw that it is from China. I will be taking back. If McCormick is getting there spices from China I will not be using any of there products anymore. My concern it the quality of the product and what is put into it.
Diana | August 17, 2017 |