Add fresh chives to dishes when you want the flavor of onion without it being overpowering. Here are our favorite recipes
When you want to add the flavor of onion without it being overpowering, chives are infinitely useful in cooking. And because they're mild, you can also use them generously and enjoy the bonus of their bright green color.
This is the salad to make with tomatoes from the farmers' market or your backyard, ideally when they're still warm from the
sun. The surprise is the easy homemade cheese.
Recipe: Tomato and Herb Salad with Fresh Chive Cheese
This elegant dip is easy to make--and healthy. Greek yogurt evokes the silkiness of mayo but without the fat; salmon is full
of omega-3 fatty acids. Both are rich in protein and calcium.
Recipe: Smoky Salmon Chive Spread
This easy party appetizer elevates your bread-and-cheese spread from average to magnificent--and it only takes 10 minutes
to put together.
Recipe: Herb Cheese Log
Using yogurt instead of mayo lightens up this chicken salad without sacrificing flavor.
Recipe: New Potato and Chicken Salad with Yogurt Chive Dressing
The secret to fluffy mashed potatoes is to let them dry out on very low heat before mashing.
Recipe: Mascarpone Chive Mashed Potatoes
Show off your garden's fresh herbs with these buttery, tender rolls.
Recipe: Chive and Thyme Pull-Apart Rolls
Smoked trout, capers, potatoes, and tart apples blend beautifully in a lemon-dill dressing. Serve alone, or with salad greens
or green beans.
Recipe: Lemon-Dill Potato Salad
Enjoy the Hanukkah favorite any time of year. Flavored with chives, parsley, rosemary, and thyme, these elegant latkes make
a great starter course or brunch entrée.
Recipe: Herbed Yukon Gold Potato Latkes