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The bright purple chive blossoms are not only beautiful, but have a wonderful, mild taste of onions. When added to vinegar, you get a delicious and bright pink chive blossom vinegar.
Mix the chive blossom vinegar with oil to make a vinaigrette dressing and drizzle it over a summer salad. Or use it in dip, on roasted vegetables or perhaps grilled fish.
You’ll find the instructions on how to make chive blossom vinegar after the jump:
CHIVE BLOSSOM VINEGAR RECIPE
White Wine Vinegar
- Pick chive blossoms and shake them to remove bugs. Put the blossoms in a glass jar until it’s half full.
- Pour over white wine vinegar until the jar is full.
- Put on a tight lid, shake and put in a sunny window for a week.
- Shake the jar a couple of times a day.
- Strain the vinegar to remove chive flowers
- You’re done! Store the finished chive blossom vinegar in a refrigerator.