1Break up garlic into cloves, skin on, coat with olive oil, roast in 350 oven till soft. Allow to cool. When cool, squeeze out the garlic into a bowl
2In a cast iron skillet sauté onion in olive oil. As it cooks keep lowering the temp so it does burn.
Take your time, Scape the pan to get all the caramelized goodness When nice a soft, place in a bowl
3Roasted garlic, onions are in the bowl, add fresh garlic, juice of lemon, pepper, and and mash it all up (you can use a food processor) Add enough o oil to get a nice consistency. Good for most any sandwich you can think of!
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