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How to Make & Use Chive Blossom Vinegar

How to Make & Use Chive Blossom Vinegar

Here's an easy method for making and using chive blossom vinegar. First, it's important to make sure your chive blossoms are pesticide free and otherwise safe to eat. For some instructions about where to purchase and how to use edible flowers, you can consult my edible flower guide

Chive Blossom Vinegar | Shiny Happy Bright

Chive blossom vinegar can be used in a number of ways. I personally plan on using mine in a mustardy vinaigrette over a spinach and arugula salad. Here are a couple of ideas for how to use it:

-drizzled over freshly roasted asparagus

-drizzled over potato salad

-in place of balsamic vinegar in a vinaigrette

-stirred into some ricotta cheese and served with toast

-drizzled over fries

 

Chive Blossom Vinegar | Shiny Happy Bright
Chive Blossoms
How to Make & Use Chive Blossom Vinegar | Shiny Happy Bright

There are lots of other ways you can use chive blossoms. Probably the easiest way is to tear them up and sprinkle them on a salad. It adds a really nice allium kick to a salad and a lovely pop of color. I recently used them in these goat's cheese and chive blossom omelettes. There are lots of wonderful looking recipes for chive blossoms from some of my fellow bloggers - a few of them include:

- Chive Blossom Tempura Salad

- Eggs with Chive Blossoms

- Stir Fry Chive Flower Buds with Shrimp and Oyster Mushrooms

How to Make & Use Chive Blossom Vinegar | Shiny Happy Bright

I hope you enjoy this simple recipe. Let me know if you have any questions!



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