Food/Cooking, Herbs, Using Herbs and Flowers

Chive Blossom Vinegar

Chive blossom vinegar is very easy to make and takes your regular vinegar up a notch!

Pick your chives on a dry morning after the dew has dried. I picked and used blossoms with stems attached since the stems are flavorful also.

Stuff the chives into a sterilized glass jar and pour over your favorite vinegar – I used white wine vinegar because the chive blossoms will color the vinegar pink. You could use plain white vinegar and if you don’t care about the color, you could use apple cider vinegar or red wine vinegar. Be sure all of the chives are covered with the vinegar to prevent mold.

Put the lid on the jar and place in a dark but warm area for 3-4 days. After 3-4 days, strain and store in the refrigerator. It can be used anytime any way that you use vinegar. Salad dressings are my favorite!



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