Make Your Own Pink Chive Blossom Vinegar

If you haven't delved into the world of chive blossom vinegar yet, Oh my god, are you in for a treat!

Picture this: a bottle of exquisite, herb-infused vinegar sitting pretty in your kitchen, ready to elevate your culinary creations to new heights.

And the best part? It's a breeze to whip up! Here's your ticket to homemade gourmet goodness!


Fresh chive blossoms (opt for the ones that are bursting with flavor and haven't lost their bloom)

Vinegar (White wine vinegar, apple cider vinegar, or rice vinegar – take your pick!)


Harvest with Care

Gather those vibrant chive blossoms, ensuring they're at their peak freshness.

Clean Sweep

Give the blossoms a gentle rinse under cool water and pat them dry.

Jar of Joy

Pop those blossoms into a clean jar, filling it about two-thirds full.

Vinegar Voyage

Pour your chosen vinegar over the blossoms until they're submerged. Feel free to give it a stir to make sure everything's cozy.

Steep and Soak

Seal the jar and let it chill in a cool, dark spot for a week or two. Don't forget to give it a gentle nudge every now and then to keep those blossoms mingling.

Strain and Shine

Once the waiting game is over, strain out those infused blossoms, and voila! Your chive blossom vinegar is ready for its debut.

Savor the Flavor

Use your newfound culinary elixir to jazz up salads, marinades, dips, sandwiches – you name it! The possibilities are as endless as your imagination.


Storage Tips

Room temperature is fine for short-term storage, but for longevity, pop it in the fridge. Keep an eye (or nose) out for any funky odors or cloudiness – if you spot 'em, it's time to bid adieu.
Now go forth and conquer the kitchen with your homemade chive blossom vinegar – culinary greatness awaits! 🌿

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