What do you use chive vinegar for?
How to make Chive Blossom Vinegar
Chive blossom vinegar is made by infusing the chive blossoms in room-temperature vinegar for two weeks. No refrigeration is required. This simple process yields an onion-flavored, high-quality product. It is a beautiful color and makes a lovey gift from your kitchen and garden, making it well worth the two-week infusing time.
For best results, pick chive blossoms when they are fully opened but have not yet started to fade and go to seed.
Chive Blossom Vinegar
Gather the blooms and wash gently; allow to dry or place in a salad spinner.
Loosely pack the blossoms into a clean jar.
Cover blossoms with a neutral tasting vinegar such as champagne or white wine, but even distilled vinegar works well.
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