At Murlo we’ve been making our own chive infused vinegar for a while now. It is such an easy way to make a delicious condiment to add to salad dressings and marinades. Try our Bacon Wrapped Chicken Thighs
chive blossoms, enough to loosely fill a pint sized mason jar
Loosely fill the jar with chive blossoms to approximately 3/4 full.
Pour room temperature white vinegar to cover the blossoms.
Cover tightly with a lid and keep in a cool dark location. Everyday rotate the jar up and down a few times.
After about 14 days the chives can be strained and the liquid placed in an airtight container such as a small jar or vinegar bottle with a pouring spout works well.
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[…] year we make chive infused vinegar. This we use in salad dressings and marinades such as our Bacon Wrapped Chicken […]
Really! Vinegar from the blossoms. I love it.