We’re obsessed with how fast this tiny tool minces garlic

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If you’re doing more cooking at home, garlic is a staple for lots of dinner recipes, pasta sauces and more. While fresh garlic is one of the easiest ways to make a dish instantly more flavorful, sometimes chopping it and mincing it can be a pain and make your hands smells for days.

Instead of hand-chopping each clove, there’s a genius tool to use instead to get the perfect consistency of minced garlic — you know like the more expensive minced garlic that comes in a jar? Skip buying the more expensive, already-chopped garlic by using Chef’n’s Garliczoom chopper that minces garlic in a matter of seconds.

Pop in the amount of garlic cloves you need (it can fit up to three peeled cloves), close the Garliczoom container and simply roll it on your counter for the perfect minced texture in less than 30 seconds. Once you’ve finished mincing the garlic to your liking, you can use a spoon or tap the sides to make sure all the garlic is out, into the pan or dish.

Shop: Chef’n Garliczoom Garlic Chopper, $12.99

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And if some garlic gets stuck around the blades, the Garliczoom detaches into two pieces for an easy cleanup. You don’t have to worry about touching the blades either, as they won’t come in contact with your hands as you’re removing the wheels. Plus, this little tool is also dishwasher safe — just remember to put it on the top rack only.

Say goodbye to the smell of garlic on your hands after cooking and say hello to easier garlic chopping than ever thanks to the Garliczoom that’s only $12.99 at World Market..

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