Chives give a delicate onion and garlic like flavour to dishes, and are particularly delicious incorporated raw. Use chives in mashed potatoes, sauces, fish dishes and more.
Carrots give a slightly sweet edge to this thick, smooth soup, which contains delicious pockets of melted blue cheese. All you need with it is some crusty bread to make a satisfying and nutritious main course.
I know most people buy these nowadays but they are easy to make if you use frozen pastry, plus you can vary the flavour. This recipe uses fresh chives and mustard. Grown-ups love them! For a birthday party, you can keep them plain or add grated Cheddar to the sausagemeat.
This delicious, refreshing salad dressing is low in fat and great for green salads, potato salads or coleslaw.
A richly flavoured sauce complements seafood wrapped in chive pancakes in this healthy version of a classic dish. Serve with broccoli florets or another green vegetable.
A chive omelette stuffed with cheesy smoked sausage! A cheap and tasty dish that you can serve for breakfast, lunch or a light supper.