*Disclosure: I received a free Propresser Garlic Press by Orblue in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.*
I was really excited to be able to receive a free Propresser Garlic Press by Orblue. We love to cook but I typically like to use the dried minced garlic whenever I need garlic just because I don’t like chopping garlic. So that’s why I was excited about the Propresser Garlic Press; it allows me to use fresh garlic without chopping it.
The first thing I made with the Propresser was broccolini. My typical go to recipe for vegetables is broiling. It’s so easy to prepare that way and the vegetables always taste great. We especially love broiled asparagus. For my broiled vegetables I always use the same ingredients- olive oil, sea salt, pepper, lemon, and garlic. The Propresser was very easy to use. You just put a clove of garlic into the basket and then squeeze the handles together to press the garlic.
I even let the boys try it. They had to use two hands but I can easily use just one.
The press is also easy to clean. Once I open the basket back up there is usually a thin film from the garlic and it just peels right off. Anything that is left easily rinses off.
I’m so glad I was able to receive the Propresser Garlic Press by Orblue. Using fresh garlic now is just as easy as using dried now. You don’t even have to peel the garlic before putting it in the press if you don’t want to. The garlic will still press just as easy and the skin stays in the basket.
The Propresser Garlic Press is a really great kitchen tool to have on hand. Here is the link to check it out on Amazon.
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