I think I first saw this on Pinterest and it was timely as my Chives were flowering :) I googled it and found these instructions and images delightful.
I did not have near the volume of flowers that were used in the example but my vinegar is still turning a lovely shade and smells divine!
I added a couple of flowers later in the process, ones that opened after my initial harvest, they have just made it a shade darker. I'll let it steep a little longer due to the additions and am thinking this would make a lovey Christmas gift in a pretty bottle. :)
Tammy, this peaked my interest...I have chive flowers too in the garden at the moment.ReplyDelete
What lovely photos too!
Thanks Narelle! its so easy, just like your citrus cleaner :)Delete
chives in bloom here too, that looks so beautiful, would need to be careful not to mistake it for rose water.ReplyDelete
only in colour but if you add lots of flowers it goes quite violet. :)Delete
I am a huge chive flower fan and love them broken up and scattered over my salad mix but I simply MUST make some of this. How divine would this be as a simple dressing! Thanks for posting the idea.ReplyDelete
Yes Tanya that is my thought too on a green salad! Yum, a flickr contact suggested with the salad and some crumbled feta! delish!Delete
I have the flowers too but not in any great volume, they look so pretty. Great idea for using them!ReplyDelete