Top Rated Chive Recipes

Shiitake mushrooms
Wild mushrooms are all over the farmers’ markets right now, pick up a selection to use in this comforting, easy-to-make fall soup. — Maryse Chevriere
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Davide Luciano​
Fresh goat cheese manages to be both mild and distinctive. It’s a team player. In creating these cookies, I took advantage of the cheese’s affinity for herbs and spices — there’s sea salt, cracked pepper and snipped chives in the dough. The dough has no leavening, yet it has the look and even the feel of biscuit dough. Once baked, the tender cookies have layers, just as there are in the best biscuits.I leave it to you to enjoy these with cheese’s other best friend: wine. The cookies are nice with champagne or white wine as an aperitif. Alternatively, they’re great alongside soup.A word on the cheese and chives: The best cheese for these cookies is a soft, mashable fresh goat cheese, often sold under its French name, chèvre. Chives are my first choice, but if you can’t find them, you can use the pale green parts of slender scallions or even the scallions themselves. Recipe excerpted from Dorie Greenspan’s newest cookbook Dorie’s Cookies. Click here to purchase your own copy.
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Pork and Chive Dumplings
This classic recipe is a winner every time and an MVP in my dumpling arsenal. Pork fatback plays an important role in keeping these dumplings moist and juicy. Garlic chives give the filling a robust flavor and aroma. How you cook these is up to you; they are delicious boiled, steamed, pan-fried and deep-fried. With this party favorite, there’s no need to order Chinese takeout once you learn how easy these are to make at home. — Lee Anne Wong, Dumplings All Day Click here to See More Pork Recipes
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Radish, Cucumber & Chive Salad
Radish & cucumber salad a is simple 5-minute spring or summer salad! Fresh from the garden, our radishes are crisp & peppery, perfectly complimenting the cool cucumbers. We added a little chive because they were ready to be picked, with a drizzle of olive oil, salt & pepper -you're ready to eat!
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Acclaimed Chef Masaharu Morimoto, perhaps best known as the star of Iron Chef and Iron Chef America, is known throughout the world for his seamless integration of Western and Japanese ingredients and techniques. This Thanksgiving, he has some great tips and recipes for how to utilize your leftover ingredients to create a delicious, next-day dish: “Use your leftover ingredients and incorporate unique and interesting additions to make the dish seem exciting and new,” says Chef Morimoto. For his leftover recipe, he recommends Mashed Potato Soup with wasabi and chives. This dish uses the leftover potatoes that you already have for Thanksgiving dinner, and incorporates new, Asian ingredients to keep guests excited about the dish.
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The chef shares his recipe for a twist on a classic stuffing for Thanksgiving.
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Butternut Squash, Chive, and Cottage Cheese Fritter
This delicious cottage cheese fritter recipe by Chef Marvin Woods (for the National Dairy Council) is the perfect way to celebrate National Cheese Month. This recipe calls for lactose-free cottage cheese so even those who are lactose intolerant can enjoy this dish.The best part? The fritters and dipping sauce are ready in under 30 minutes!Click here for more of our best fritter recipes.
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Chinese Chive and Pressed Tofu Turnovers
These chewy-crisp pockets of goodness are fun to make and even better to eat. They are a popular Chinese snack filled with the slight garlicky bite of Chinese chives and the savory depth of seasoned pressed tofu. Clear cellophane noodles add body and egg binds the ingredients together. Some cooks add dried shrimp, but I prefer to avoid muddling the flavors. The turnovers are a great snack or can be served with a bowl of soup, plate of dumplings, and/or a salad. Use regular grocery store flour for the best results. The bit of oil in dough yields a slightly rich finish.   Click here for 5 Unusual Ways to Use Tofu. 
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Avocado Toast with Chives
Avocados make a great cream cheese substitute because they bring a smooth consistency in addition to a healthy dose of fiber, potassium, and vitamin B. Give your breakfast a boost by spreading avocado on toast, then topping it with sautéed tomatoes and onions as well as fresh chives, garnished with chive blossoms. This recipe comes to us from Melissa of Foodista.com.
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Strawberry Salad
Sweet strawberries pair wonderfully with the sharpness of the Cheddar and get a lovely kick from the chives to make a light and refreshing spring salad.    For 7 Cheesy Ways to Enjoy Irish Cheddar.
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Chive Frittata
The frittata is Italy's version of an open-face omelette. Many different kinds of sautéed vegetables can be combined to make frittatas. Eggs combined with vegetables are cooked on the stovetop, then transferred to an oven or placed under a broiler to finish cooking. Usually, frittatas are cut into wedges and served hot or cold accompanied by fresh salads, bread, or baked potatoes.
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purple yam
This dish is especially rich in vitamin A, fiber, and phytonutrients, which are compounds in plants that fight disease, and promote overall health. If you thought there was something special about purple, you were right. The pigments that make plants purple are called Anthocyanins, which research indicates can improve brain health.This recipe is courtesy of Drew Ramsey, MD. for Stonyfield Organic 
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