OK, so maybe garlic's not the not best first-date food, but when it comes to hanging with friends, we say pile it on. You can add it to meats, pasta, dressings, dips... pretty much any savory dish. And since garlic contains a good amount of calcium and vitamin C and has been used to treat conditions from high blood pressure to heart disease, you’re really just doing yourself—and your pals—a favor. But maybe keep a bowl of mints close by (or wash it down with a cold brewski).
Whole30-approved fries and dipping sauce? Dream. come. true. Lime juice, parsley, sea salt, and roasted garlic make these baked tots a staple even after the 30 days are up.
Roasted garlic makes all the difference in this homemade hummus. Sure, it takes some time in the oven, but we promise it's worth it, especially when paired with caramelized onions. The hardest part will be trying not to eat the whole dip in one sitting.
This is one of those dishes that’s on every Italian chain restaurant's menu but is so much healthier when made at home. The recipe uses whole-wheat linguine, veggies of your choice, shrimp, and parsley, and replaces a creamy sauce with a white wine and lemon juice mix.