Sour Cream and Chive Mashed Potatoes
Velvety mashed potatoes made with sour cream and chives! Scallions also work well if you do not have chives on hand.
Miso Butter with Chives
This savory compound butter adds a hit of rich, nutty, sweet, salty flavor to everything from grilled meats and fish to roasted vegetables.
Boiled Potatoes with Chives
Simple but very good. Substitute new potatoes for the red if you prefer.
Chive and Onion Yogurt and Cream Cheese Spread
A delicious, homemade version of the new yogurt and cream cheese spreads in the grocery store. If Greek yogurt is not available, hang your yogurt in a cheesecloth over the sink to drain overnight.
Cheddar Biscuits with Chive Butter
Chives are the first herb to come up in the spring, and their delicate flavor pairs well with these biscuits. A little bit of Parmesan cheese makes the flavor of Cheddar cheese really pop; try it next time you make mac and cheese!
Potato Salad with Chives
This is a hit at parties and it's so easy to prepare. The lovely fresh chopped chives add color and delicious flavor. You can add crushed garlic or finely chopped onion to it as well if you like!
Oven-Seared Beef Tenderloin with Herb Pan Sauce
A steakhouse quality meal in the comfort of your own home. Swanson® Beef Stock, fresh herbs and a bit of cream combine to make a sophisticated pan sauce for quality beef tenderloin steaks.
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Chef John's Green Goddess Dressing
This creamy, herby, addictively delicious sauce is not only my favorite salad dressing, but is one of my favorite dips as well. You can of course tweak the acidity with more or less lemon, as well as play with the salt and pepper, but please do not change the trio of herbs. The way the parsley and chive play against the sweet tarragon makes this unlike any other herb dressing.
Cream Cheese, Garlic, and Chive Stuffed Chicken
Butterflied chicken breasts are stuffed with a garlic, chive, and cream cheese mixture, wrapped with a slice of bacon, and topped with butter. Very delicious and easy to make!
Sliced Tomatoes with Fresh Herb Dressing
Enjoy this easy and delicious summer garden treat with no cooking involved! I serve this at church dinners and never have enough. If you can make this a few hours in advance, the flavors become even better.
Cervelle de Canut
Cervelle de canut is a French specialty from Lyon and literally means 'silk worker's brain', named for the silk weavers of 19th century Lyon who were called 'canuts'. It's a fantastic nibble. Spread it over crusty bread.