Roasted Garlic has a very mellow taste and is so versatile: spread it on bread; mix it into dips, soups, mashed potatoes or pastas.
I normally eat it as a spread with toasted bread. It's simply divine.
Today I added it into spaghetti for a simple and delicious meal for myself. I'll show you how to roast garlic & you can decide for yourself what you want to do with yours.
Cut about 1/4 of an inch off the tops of your garlic bulbs, place on a well oiled sheet; drizzle liberally with olive oil and bake, covered, at 350F till golden (45 minutes - 1 hour).
Let cool on tray for a few minutes, then just pick them up and squeeze the garlic bulbs and any extra olive oil out into a food processor.
Process till smooth, or leave it a little chunky if you prefer it that way.
I like mine smooth
Here's how I had mine: mixed in some freshly crushed black pepper and tossed it into multi-grain spaghetti with a sprinkle of parmesan. Yum!