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Chives are a herb related to the onion, garlic and spring onion. The hollow stems are grown in bunches and are only cultivated for their leaves. The green leaves look a bit like grass and they have a refined flavour which can be compared to the taste of spring onion.
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Chives tips

How to cut Chives?

Rinse the leaves and pat them dry with a paper towel. Use scissors to cut them in pieces and add them to a salad or another dish.


Preparation Tips

Don't cook the chives because they will lose their flavour.
However you can add chives to a hot dish at the end.

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How to store?

Chives are kept in the fridge.

  • Delicious on a jacket potato with sour cream
  • Tasty in egg recipes
  • Great for garnishing dishes

Nutritional values per 100 g

62 Kcal
0 g Sugar
1 g Fats
0 g Saturated fats
2,3 g Fibers
Chives is rich in Vitamin C and fibres. The herb is a source of potassium and cacium.

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Did you know...

  • the blue-purple flowers from the chives, that grow in spring are also edible? They are also very nice to decorate a dish with.

  • the more you cut the chives, the more it will grow.

  • chives grow in the wild in Europe.

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