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Garlic chives are a herb related to the onion, garlic and spring onion. The flat hollow sprigs are grown in bunches and are cultivated just for their leaves. The sprigs look a bit like grass are green and have a refined flavour, somewhat comparable to a combination of garlic and spring onion. Garlic chives can be used as a replacement of garlic in a recipe.
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How to use garlic chives?

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


Preparation Tips

Don't cook the garlic chives as they will lose their flavour.
You can add garlic chives to a hot dish.

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How to store?

Garlic chives are kept in the fridge.

  • Make a tasty garlic sauce.
  • Great in herb butter.
  • A tasty addition to a quiche Lorraine.

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