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Garlic Sauce for Chicken

Garlic Sauce for Chicken – This is the perfect garlic sauce for chicken, fish or shrimp Mediterranean dishes. This garlic sauce pairs perfectly with my Tabbouleh with Quinoa topped with this recipe for Mediterranean Chicken.

You are going to want to make for dinner tonight and tomorrow night… and maybe the next night too! ?

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The Health Benefits of Garlic in this Garlic Sauce for Chicken

Consuming garlic appears to naturally boost the body’s supply hydrogen sulfide and be both proxidant and antioxidant.

In this study performed by the University of Alabama at Birmingham, researchers studied the impact of garlic on human blood cells. The study performed an extraction of juice from supermarket garlic and added small amounts of human red blood cells. The cells immediately began to emit hydrogen sulfide, the scientists found.

What’s so Powerful about Hydrogen Sulfide?

So glad you asked! Natural hydrogen sulfide (h2s) production with the body can likely explain why people with a diet rich in fresh garlic are protected against serious diseases. Such as various cancers including breast, prostate and color. Higher levels of hydrogen sulfide might also protect the heart. Those same researches at the University of Alabama found that the mice studied almost completely prevented heart muscle damage by a heart attach.

Garlic consumption is so important for overall heart health. Something that America should definitely get on board with. In Italy and Korea they consumed a garlic-rich diet by consuming 8-12 cloves per day. However, research shows about 10 grams of garlic a day (about 3 or 4 cloves) will give you significant health benefits.

One thing is for sure, using this delicious garlic sauce for chicken on your recipes makes it that much easier to get the 3 or 4 daily garlic clove quota!

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Garlic Breath How to Get Rid of!

If you love this garlic sauce for chicken, you may also be thinking about the garlic breath. Garlic breath comes from the sulfuric compounds that gives garlic both it’s health benefits and unpleasant odor. We happen to love the smell of garlic!

A Fresh Remedy for Garlic Breath How to Get Rid of it!

I have some good news for you! For those of you that love garlic sauce for chicken or any of your other favorite Mediterranean dishes, this study is for you. After enjoying a big bowl of garlic sauce for chicken on your next dish, just eat a raw apple, apple juice or mint to reduce the odor and cleanse the mouth.

So dollop away with your garlic sauce, but just be sure to have some apples or mint afterwards.

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How to Make the Perfect Garlic Sauce for Chicken

This garlic sauce for chicken is such an easy recipe that I’ve continued to make it throughout the week without the recipe card. I have started to toss in a bit of this and a lot of that. I also taste this recipe on fresh cut cucumbers while I’m preparing it.

#1: Use a Single Mixing Bowl

The best part about this recipe is that we are only using a mini batter bowl and a whisk. I love this Mini Batter Bowl from Pampered Chef because it holds about 4 cups but also comes with a fitted lid for storing in the fridge.

#2: Buy a Really Great Garlic Press

For mincing garlic – it doesn’t get any easier than this garlic press. I’ve had mine for over 10 years and it makes perfectly minced garlic for all of your garlicky-recipes. With the amount of garlic we mince into recipes each week, this is a time saver and is so easy to clean too.

#3: Dried Onion or Minced Onion

I’ve not made this recipe for garlic sauce for chicken with minced onion yet because the onion powder was easy to grab the first time I made this. If you love onion though, please feel free to swap this ingredient out for minced Spanish onion, to taste.

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Ways to Use this Garlic Sauce for Chicken:

We have so many wonderful recipes here at Clean Cuisine — but, if you have a great way to add this garlic sauce for chicken to another dish at home, please tell us about it in the comments.

However, this garlic sauce for chicken was originally made for this Tabbouleh with Quinoa topped with this recipe for Mediterranean Chicken. If is the perfect Mediterranean bowl for the summer months and full of delicious flavors.

Healthiest Chicken Buying Guide:

You may be surprised at the kind of chicken we select here at Clean Cuisine. So, if you need some help finding the best possible chicken you can eat, check out our buyer’s guide here. We go over vegetarian-fed, free range, organic and pastured chicken and some of the ways to learn more about the chicken before purchasing. Hint: Your local farmer or butcher is often the best resource.

Favorite Chicken Recipes here at Clean Cuisine:

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Garlic Sauce for Chicken

Garlic Sauce for Chicken is as easy as tossing a few ingredients in a bowl and whisking to perfection! Garlic sauce is great on fish too.

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  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Yield: 6-8 1x

Ingredients

  • 2 cups prepared vegan mayo or unsweetened coconut yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 48 garlic cloves, minced
  • 2 teaspoons onion powder
  • 2 teaspoons dried dill
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1/4 cup fresh parsley, minced

Instructions

  1. In a small batter bowl, add the 2 cup of prepared mayo or unsweetened coconut yogurt. You can also use another creamy dairy free base of your choosing.
  2. To the mayo, whisk in the olive oil and lemon juice. Then add the minced cloves, onion powder, dried dill and sea salt. Mix thoroughly.
  3. Fold in the fresh parsley.
  4. Add any additional seasonings to taste.

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Notes

If you love garlic like we do, add in a bit more. Love dill? Why not! You can’t go wrong.

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© 2024 clean cuisine Recipe by:

Aimee Niedosik

Aimee loves to craft delicious, nutrient-dense recipes to share with her family and friends. While in remission from autoimmune diseases and underlying viruses, she still maintains an anti-inflammatory and anti-aging diet. Aimee is a Christian, website designer, autoimmune community leader and lives in North Carolina with her husband, 2 kids and 2 dogs.

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