Steps To Make Garlic Salt

Both garlic powder and garlic salt are seasonings that are often used in daily life. Let's learn together how to make garlic salt at home?

Step 1: Pick fresh garlic with uniform size and good quality

Step 2: Peel fresh garlic, wash and slice

Step 3: Fresh garlic slices enter the drying box for drying, during which they must be stirred continuously.

Step 4: Put the dehydrated garlic slices into a grinder for grinding to make garlic powder.

Step 5: Mix garlic powder and sea salt in a ratio of 1:3 to make garlic salt.

Step 6: Pack garlic salt into bags and store in a cool, dry and ventilated place.

Through the production steps of garlic salt, we can know that the difference between garlic powder and garlic salt is that garlic salt contains salt, while garlic powder does not contain salt. So we must pay attention to the difference between the two when using them.

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The difference between garlic powder and garlic salt

1. Garlic powder is a powdered form of dried garlic granules and garlic salt is a mixture of garlic powder and salt.

2. The taste of garlic powder is closer to the taste of real garlic. But garlic salt is not as tasty.

3. Consuming garlic powder can bring many health benefits while consuming garlic salt is not so healthy.

4. The nutritional value of garlic powder is high because it contains protein, fiber, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. But garlic salt is not as nutritious. is a professional manufacturer and exporter of dehydrated garlic products. It not only supports customization of different specifications of dehydrated garlic products, but also supports customization of compound seasonings such as garlic salt and ginger garlic powder. Friends who are interested in various spices are welcome to consult at any time.


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