Chive Blossom Vinegar

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By Sherry Blizzard
from Piney Flats, TN

I love all kinds of infused oils and vinegars. The chives have overtaken my herb garden and this is one good way to eliminate so much infestation. I am also now cutting those pretty blooms for the table.

prep time 5 Min
method No-Cook or Other


  •   1-1/2 c
    white wine vinegar
  •   2 1/2 c
    chive blossoms

How To Make

  • 1
    Cut chive blossoms just below the flower. Rinse in cold water...submerging. Drain in a colander to remove water
  • 2
    Heat vinegar on the stove only until not allow it to come to boil.
  • 3
    Place blossoms in a sterilized pint jar. Pour warm vinegar over the top of the blossoms. Place a plastic lid on the top or parchment paper between the vinegar and the metal and vinegar contact.
  • 4
    Put in a dark place for 2-3 weeks. Check to see how Onion'y you want your vinegar. Drain off the blossoms and jar your vinegar in a dispenser jar.