Chives

Small is beautiful! The most delicate and diminutive member of the edible onion family packs a mild yet tangy punch.

Chives (Allium schoenoprasum)

http://sapgs.org/tiger-talk-march-18-2016/ Chives have been a staple European herb ingredient since the Middle Ages. A surprisingly versatile member of the onion family, the fine, hollow leaves grow up to 12” tall, bearing a small perennial bulb that often grows in clumps.

get link Chives offer a subtle onion taste, combined with the unmistakable oniony aroma. The mild flavour is reminiscent of baby spring onions or young leeks and makes chives a great additional ingredient in a variety of dishes ranging from soups and salads, to omelettes and cheeses.

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Chefs looking to retain the delicate onion flavour and deep green colour tend to use chives raw – or added to a dish, just before serving.