Garlic ChivesThe perfect marriage between onion and garlic
Did you know?
The ancient Chinese admired this herb for its healing properties, but today we appreciate its tasty identity crisis in Asian and Eastern European cuisine.
The herb has been named after its taste. Though it belongs to the onion family but it tastes like garlic and though it is similar to the usual Chives, it has no quality of the usual Chives or onion leaves!
Garlic Chive is great for…
- Egg dishes
Pairs well with…
Snip to enjoy a delicate garlic infusion and add near the end of cooking.
Take care of your Garlic Chives
Snip at your pot of Garlic Chives for weeks, water little but often, if required, when the surface of the compost is dry to the touch.
Keep your pre-cut pack of Garlic Chives in the fridge, it doesn’t mind being kept cool!
Garlic Chives is rich in Vitamins A and C, but also rich in riboflavin, potassium, iron, thiamin, and beta carotene.
Thanks to its vitamins and minerals, Garlic Chives can help prevent from common cold and fever. It also helps in blood count increase, maintaining blood pressure, and increasing immunity power.