A perennial plant (Allium Schoenoprasum), allied to the onion, having hollow cylindrical leaves used for seasoning. The young leaves are used in omelets, etc.
the bulbous herb Allium Schoenoprasum used fresh as a mild onion-flavored seasoning.
Fragrant herb with thin green stems and a mild onion flavor. Chowchow : Mustard-flavoured chinese relish of vegetables and pickles. Cilantro : Another name for Coriander Leaves. A popular herb resembling the parsley family.
Herb (fresh stalks, or frozen and freeze-dried) Description: Slender green, hollow stems. Related to the onion and leek. Source of vitamin A. Flavor: Onion or garlic flavor Uses: Appetizers, cream soups, fish, salads, sauces, shellfish and part of " fines herbes" blend Cilantro Herb (fresh leaves) Description: Bright-green stems and leaves from the coriander plant. Also called coriander and Chinese parsley. Flavor: Pungent, soapy fragrance Uses: Fish, rice, salsas, salads, and Italian, Latin American and Mexican recipes
Fragrant herb related to the onion and leek family. Chives have long, slender hollow leaves and should have a bright green color. Chives have a mild onion flavor that is used as a seasoning and as a garnish. Chives are available fresh year round, but may be purchased dried or frozen.
Chives are the bright green, long, hollow, thin leaves of Allium schoenoprasum, an onionlike member of the lily family.
A herb with a subtle onion flavour.
the long, thin green shoots of the chive plant used as an herb, have a mild flavor reminiscent of the onion, to which they are related. Although chives are available dried, snipped fresh chives have the best flavor. Store fresh chives in the refrigerator, wrapped in paper towels and enclosed in a plastic bag. To snip and chop or mince fresh chives: Using kitchen scissors, cut the chives to the desired length. Or, place the chives on a work surface and, with a chef's knife, chop or mince to the desired fineness.
The long, slender tubular leaves of chives have a delicate onion flavor., More fragrant than sharp. Sprinkle fresh snipped chives on any mildly seasoned egg, cheese, fish, poultry, vegetable or salad dish.
cylindrical leaves used fresh as a mild onion-flavored seasoning
snipped ( Vichyssoise)
Their delicate oniony flavor are used in salads, cheese and egg dishes and as a flavoring in cheese dips. As a garnish, chives add zest to bland dishes.
Fresh, slender, bright green, hollow stems that have a mild and delicate onion aroma.
An herb allied to the onion family.
Part of the onion family, it is the stem of a wild onion that is young and tender. The longer it grows the tougher and more sinuous the stem becomes, but the end product of a chive blossom is an equally wonderful herb. Used whole or plucked, the blossom can be used in a variety of beautiful garnishing techniques. The tender stems of a young chive may be finely chopped or cut longer into batons for a garnish that adds more to the flavor of a dish that just its presentation.
Fresh, dried, frozen Grass like herb with onion flavor Salads, egg and cheese dishes, fish soups, quiches
A hardy, perennial herb (Allium schoenoprasum) of the lily family, with small, slender, hollow leaves having a mild onion odor: used to flavor soups, stews, etc.
Chives belong to the onion family and can be snipped to add flavor to salads or other dishes. The chive plant is also an easy-to-grow perennial with purple flowers.
A fragrant herb with slender, hollow green stems and a mild onion flavor. Chives are related to onions and leeks.
Milder than onion, chives have a bit of a tang and are very easy to grow. Good chopped into salads or vegetable dishes.
An herb and member of the onion family (Allium schoenprasum), with long, slender, hollow, green stems and purple flowers; have a mild onion flavor and are generally used fresh, although dried, chopped chives are available; also know as Chinese chives, flowering chives and kucha.
Chives (Allium schoenoprasum), is the smallest species of the onion family Alliaceae, native to Europe, Asia and North Americahttp://www.mobot.org/gardeninghelp/plantfinder/Plant.asp?code=J270 Allium schoenoprasum factsheet, from Kemper center for home gardening, retrieved on June 13, 2006. They are referred to only in the plural, because they grow in clumps rather than as individual plants. Allium schoenoprasum is also the only species of Allium native to both the New and the Old World.