Garlic chives

Explore a variety of mouthwatering recipes that feature the flavorful herb, garlic chives. From savory dishes to refreshing salads, discover new ways to incorporate garlic chives into your cooking repertoire.
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Unlock the flavorful potential of garlic chives with our ultimate guide! 🌿🌱 Discover the nutritional perks, health benefits, and creative ways to incorporate garlic chives into your meals. From buying tips to proper storage techniques, we've got you covered. Elevate your dishes with the aromatic essence of garlic chives! 🍲🥗 #GarlicChives #Herbs #HealthyCooking

Tess Sidhu
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Chives are a member of the onion family that also include leeks and garlic. Chive plants have a perennial nature and can be a tasty addition to vegetable, herb and flower gardens. This herb can also be planted in perennial flower beds like an ornamental because of its tidy clumps of green leaves and purple flowers in late spring to early summer. An added bonus is that the flowers attract beneficial insects to the garden. #herbs

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This chive is not meant to be eaten raw, but cook it properly and your dishes will dance. Words: Jenny Somervell Garlic chives are an edible that are definitely more garlic than chives. They look similar to ordinary chives at first glance too. But look more closely and the leaf texture is solid, flat, and rather chewy, quite different from the soft, rolled, hollow leaves of chives. Their misleading common name has led Western cooks to use garlic chives raw, with unfortunate results, and…

Melanie Katz