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Garlic Smoked with Added Sea Salt

Garlic Smoked with
Added Sea Salt


Julie's elephant garlic on Nesco dehydratorJulie's elephant garlic on Nesco dehydrator

Julie from Astoria, Oregon, wrote in and told me about how she dehydrates elephant garlic – it is amazing!

She then smokes it in a smoker, and enjoys the results of her labor, but wondered if we had any suggestions or improvements to what she was already doing?

Our short answer: No.

In fact, we asked Julie to send in photos and tell us how she makes her amazing garlic salt!

Julie's elephant garlic on Nesco dehydratorJulie's elephant garlic on Nesco dehydrator

Julie from Astoria, Oregon, wrote in and told me about how she dehydrates elephant garlic – it is amazing!

She then smokes it in a smoker, and enjoys the results of her labor, but wondered if we had any suggestions or improvements to what she was already doing?

Our short answer: No.

In fact, we asked Julie to send in photos and tell us how she makes her amazing garlic salt!





Wright's Hickory SeasoningWright's Hickory Seasoning

First, Dehydrate the Elephant Garlic
We Use Our Nesco® Dehydrator

Julie says: "We start by dehydrating the elephant garlic in a Nesco® dehydrator at 125°F for almost 24 hours, rotating the pans every 8 hours."

Use A Propane Smoker

"After that we have a propane smoker we use to smoke the garlic.

We use a 'Misto' sprayer (see photo showing big red bottle of 'Wright's All Natural Hickory Seasoning') to spray liquid smoke and then put the garlic on a small screen.

Dry smoke for one hour.

The garlic comes out toasted brown."

First, Dehydrate the
Elephant Garlic
We Use Our
Nesco® Dehydrator

Wright's Hickory SeasoningWright's Hickory Seasoning

Julie says: "We start by dehydrating the elephant garlic in a Nesco® dehydrator at 125°F for almost 24 hours, rotating the pans every 8 hours."

Use A Propane Smoker

"After that we have a propane smoker we use to smoke the garlic.

We use a 'Misto' sprayer (see photo showing big red bottle of 'Wright's All Natural Hickory Seasoning') to spray liquid smoke and then put the garlic on a small screen.

Dry smoke for one hour.

The garlic comes out toasted brown."

Next, I Crush The Dried Garlic In A Magic Bullet

Next, I Crush The Dried
Garlic In A Magic Bullet

"After crushing it in a magic bullet, we mix it with a fine sea salt and use it for seasoning on a double-steamer chicken after it's cooked."

Julie's magic smoked garlic, ready to be mixed with fine sea saltJulie's magic smoked garlic, ready to be mixed with fine sea salt

"We also smoke our own sea salt by mixing pink Himalayan and white coarse sea salt with crushed garlic. Smoke the mixture for seven hours – spraying occasionally with liquid smoke. It is amazing."





Vacuum Sealed and Packed Smoked Garlic Salt

Vacuum Sealed and Packed
Smoked Garlic Salt

Julie says "it is so good, I wish you could sample it!"

Julie's Smoked Garlic SaltJulie's Smoked Garlic Salt
Julie's Vacuum-Packed Garlic SaltJulie's Vacuum-Packed Garlic Salt
Jars of Julie's Smoked Garlic SaltJars of Julie's Smoked Garlic Salt
Julie's powdered smoked garlic saltJulie's powdered smoked garlic salt

The Ideal Way to Use It:

Julie continues:

"We just vacuum-packed about 60 jars of homemade sea salt with garlic.

We are going to be smoking the elephant garlic tomorrow!

We steam chicken thighs with our sea salt and spade L ranch seasoning – and use the garlic powder for taste after."

Thanks so much for sharing, Julie!


If you came to this page before reading about how to dehydrate garlic, read all about that here.

The Ideal Way to Use It:

Julie's powdered smoked garlic saltJulie's powdered smoked garlic salt

Julie continues:

"We just vacuum-packed about 60 jars of homemade sea salt with garlic.

We are going to be smoking the elephant garlic tomorrow!

We steam chicken thighs with our sea salt and spade L ranch seasoning – and use the garlic powder for taste after."

Thanks so much for sharing, Julie!


If you came to this page before reading about how to dehydrate garlic, read all about that here.








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