Chive Edible Flowers (Allium)

Chive Edible Flowers (Allium)

Buy Edible Flowers from our farm in Norfolk. Let your ideas become your favourite creations and tag us in your images so we know you have stopped by. Did you know? You can also shop Bunched Chives, Micro Garlic Chives and Thai Chinese Chives with edible flowers (Kow Chai) too.

Taste: Chive edible flowers have a beautiful light purple colour and are surprisingly crunchy. They have a mild and pleasant onion flavour which is not overpowering, even mild enough to eat raw, unlike an actual onion. Try Thai Chinese Chives for a stronger onion flavour.

Uses: Due to the onion flavour of this edible flower, these are best used for savoury preparations. The edible flowers can be used whole, or the petals can be pulled from the head. These edible flowers add an attractive pop of purple if tossed through salads, or used to garnish soups. Furthermore, they can be used to flavour herbal sauces such as pesto. Adding these edible flowers to pesto, Chive flowers can also be added to butter. The flower petals can be added alone to add a hint of flavour, or used with chopped Chive herbs for a stronger taste. The flavour of the Chive flower compliments ingredients including potato, eggs, cream and thyme. Although, usually used for their flavour chive flavours could be used decoratively on cakes, cupcakes, brownies and other bakes.

Health Benefits: -

Colour
Purple
Allergen
May Contain Celery/Mustard
Count
15
Country Of Origin
United Kingdom
Seasonal Availability
May-January
Shelf Life
5 Days
Storage
Keep Refrigerated

Chive Edible Flowers (Allium)

£5.40

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