Garlic chives have lovely white blossoms and are an elegant herb. Garlic chives are a popular seasoning because of their chive-like appearance and powerful garlic flavor. Chopped fresh garlic chives can be found in recipes for Chinese meals like stir-fries, as well as Japanese cuisine.
Garlic chives are high in Vitamin C, which helps prevent colds and fevers. They're also high in riboflavin, potassium, vitamin A, iron, thiamin, and beta carotene. These nutrients aid in the growth of blood cells, the maintenance of blood pressure, and the enhancement of immunity.
How to use:
Before using, remove the ends of the garlic chives (if they haven't previously been clipped) and thoroughly wash them. To liberate the taste of the chives, chop them. Add the chives near the conclusion of the cooking process for the best results; otherwise, the taste may fade.