5 Scrumptious Garlic Side Dishes To Jazz Up Your Meals
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We've all had the experience of disliking the taste of a dish because it was too bland or lacked flavour. This is the time when accompaniments come in handy. They have the capacity to dramatically improve the flavour of a dish in an instant. Our traditional Indian pickles, chutneys, raita, and western-style dips and sauces go great with practically everything. Don't you think so? Today, we present a list of 5 garlic accompaniments that can enhance the flavour of any dish. If you like garlicky food, you'll love them. They are quite simple to prepare and taste excellent. So, without any further wait, here's a list of the best garlic side dishes.

1. Garlic Mayonnaise

Mayonnaise is an excellent condiment that complements a wide range of appetisers. This garlic mayonnaise, as the name suggests, is rich with garlic flavours and may be used as a dip for grilled sandwiches, potato wedges, French fries, and much more. Here's the recipe.

2. Garlic Chutney

One of the simplest chutneys to make is garlic chutney, commonly known as lehsun ki chutney. To make a smooth paste, just grind garlic cloves with whole red chillies and salt. Its spicy and peppery flavour may liven up any dish. Check out the recipe.

3. Garlic Tahini Sauce

This delicious garlic tahini sauce is made with tahini paste, chopped garlic, salt, water, and lemon juice. It goes well with lamb chops, roasted veggies, and poached tomatoes. It is a great side dish as it is made with basic ingredients yet quite flavourful. Check out the recipe here.

4. Garlic And Herb Cream Cheese

Following that, we have creamy and flavourful garlic and herb cream cheese dish for you. Because cashew nut paste is used instead of cream cheese, this complement is vegan. Basil leaves contribute to the flavour of this dip.

5. Garlic And Tomato Chutney

With the crackle of mustard seeds and curry leaves, this chutney boasts mouthwatering flavours of tomatoes and garlic. It would be a wonderful addition to your lunch and supper table and tastes the best when served with roti or rice. Here's the recipe.