WHB: Chive Blossom Vinegar

Author: swampkitty05  //  Category: Columbus, Eating Local, Farmer's Market, Food Blogging Event, Food Porn, North Market, Produce, Recipes

Weekend Herb Blogging (hosted this week at Wandering Chopsticks) is a food blogging event that I always intend on participating in, but usually never get around to doing. But when I bought those chive blossoms last weekend, I knew without fail that this was my week.

I was searching on the internet for a recipe to use those chive blossoms, and came across this recipe for chive blossom vinegar. So I tossed 30 chive blossoms in a pint jar, covered them with white vinegar, and now I’m going to let them steep in my pantry for 2-3 weeks.

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Stay tuned to find out how the vinegar turns out.

10 Responses to “WHB: Chive Blossom Vinegar”

  1. rainbowbrown Says:

    Awesome city. I didn’t even know the blossoms on my chive were good for anything other than looking pretty. Thanks for filling me in, gotta go pick some chive flowers.

  2. Claire Says:

    They are very pretty.

  3. Sue (coffeepot) Says:

    That is so cool. I am sure it will turn out well.

  4. Wandering Chopsticks Says:

    How gorgeous that jar looks! Can’t wait to see what you do with them. Thanks for the submission. FYI: I followed the link on Technorati, but I don’t think I got an email from you?

  5. Kalyn Says:

    I’ll be very curious about this. Do you think the vinegar will be lavender colored? I have chives, so I suppose I will have chive blossoms before the summer is over!

  6. Maria Says:

    Chive blossom vinegar in indeed lavender in color – and great tasting. Chive blossoms make a great addition to summer salads, scrambled eggs and soups. Just pull the blossom apart (avoid the papery “wings” – they taste like, well, paper), sprinkle on your salad or eggs or soups – and voila! chive blossom edible garnish.

  7. michelle Says:

    I've heard that when the vinegar turns lavender is when you know its ready.

  8. Anne Says:

    Hi-should the blossoms be fully opened, or still budlike? Thanks so much.

  9. artsybear Says:

    great idea. i have read that you should not use metal container or lid with vinegar since the vinegar will react with the metal. try a bottle with a cork…

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