UseIts scent is reminiscent of onions, which is why it is often used as a substitute for onions in dishes that require a more delicate taste. It is ideal for adding to sauces such as remolata and ravigotta, eggs or cream cheeses. Also perfect in soups, on potatoes and other salads.
It may contain traces of: soy, sesame and celery.
Did you know...
Chives began to be cultivated and used systematically from the Middle Ages onwards. Celtic peoples attributed magical properties to it: they used to rub the whole plant to remove the evil eye or cast spells on it by evil forest gnomes.