garlic salt


Definition of garlic salt

: a seasoning of ground dried garlic and salt

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Their carne asada is marinated with orange, olive oil, garlic salt, pepper, oregano and a special seasoning. Gustavo Solis, San Diego Union-Tribune, "Netflix show ‘Taco Chronicles’ shines light on Tijuana taco shop," 11 Aug. 2019 Beef brisket is trimmed of its fat, seasoned with garlic salt and black pepper, and smoked on the pit for 4–5 hours. Eric Velasco,, "Meet the crew who makes Birmingham’s barbecue," 3 June 2019 In a large bowl, whisk together the eggs, cream, garlic salt, and pepper. Susan Selasky, Detroit Free Press, "'Fixer Upper' host Joanna Gaines' cookbook has plenty of family appeal," 24 Apr. 2018 Balla’s version is the Dad Burger, made with sunflower seed tahini, Heinz ketchup, garlic salt, pepper, pickles and onion. Justin Phillips,, "Six things to know about Creator, San Francisco’s new burger robot restaurant," 27 June 2018 Whisk together the mayonnaise, ranch dressing, sour cream, white pepper, garlic salt and adobo seasoning. Nancy Miller, The Courier-Journal, "This isn't your mama's potato salad. Try this recipe from Hammerheads," 16 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of garlic salt

1927, in the meaning defined above

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