Friday, June 14, 2013

Chive Blossom Dressing

DSC_5905 There’s still time to make this yummy homemade salad dressing, especially if you live in cooler climates and things in your garden are just starting to grow! Those little pink flowers on the tops of your chive are bursting with flavor! This is a simple recipe and you can make a large batch and it will last through the rest of the year!

Makes a large batch!!

1 ½ cups chive blossoms

2 ½ cups white vinegar

In a Mason jar, fill ¾ of the way with chive blossoms. Fill the jar with white vinegar. Store in a cool, dark place for up to two weeks. The vinegar will change to a light pink color. Drain out the liquid and compost remaining flowers.

Add this vinegar to your favorite salad with some good olive oil and you’ll never get enough!! Grab a copy of my new summer recipe book Farm Foodie Fitness “Homegrown” and get over 20 more healthy garden to table recipes.

via Farm, Foodie and Fitness

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