Fermented Honey Garlic Recipe

Fermented Honey Garlic Recipe
By The Cooking World, Editorial Staff
August 4, 2023

Fermented Honey Garlic: A Must-Have in your Pantry

In today's recipe, we embark on a journey through time and taste as we share our fermented honey garlic recipe.

Fermentation, an age-old preservation method, has been practiced across cultures for centuries, unlocking the hidden depths of flavors and transforming simple ingredients into complex, delectable delights. In this culinary exploration, we focus on the harmonious marriage of two natural powerhouses: honey and garlic.

Our fermented honey garlic can be drizzled over pizza, served alongside spicy fried chicken, used in a glaze for grilled pork or fish, and/or added a few spoonfuls to savory cornbread. This recipe promises to be a truly transformative experience, leaving you craving for more of its captivating taste and wholesome goodness.

15 minutes
2 cups


12 garlic cloves (about 1 head), crushed
510 g (1½ cups) raw honey

Special Equipment

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  1. Place garlic in jar. Pour honey over garlic and stir to combine, making sure all the garlic gets coated. Seal jar and let sit at room temperature 3 days. Unscrew and remove lid to let out any gases; give garlic honey a stir. (You should see tiny bubbles at this stage, which means the fermentation process has started.). Reseal jar and let sit, stirring once every other day, at least 1 week before using.

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