A cousin of scallions, onions and leeks, chives impart a delicate but slightly sharp flavor, adding a bit of brightness to any dish. Hopefully these chive cooking tips will encourage you to use this versatile herb even more in your favorite dishes.
Classic beef stroganoff is transformed into chicken stroganoff using less expensive chicken thighs and herbs complementary to poultry. You may substitute chicken breasts for thighs and feel free to experiment with your favorite variety of mushrooms.
Best Deviled Eggs are far from the bland versions you often find at some parties and family gatherings. These deviled eggs are full of flavor and texture, bringing raves from everyone who tries them. The secret is in the horseradish sauce, so don’t skip it. It’s not overwhelming but gives this age-old popular appetizer a special zing that you can’t seem to put your finger on.
Whip up this quick Chicken Salad Spread for appetizers or sandwiches using canned chicken, cream cheese, and ranch dressing. I like to serve it with a fancy variety of crackers. This spread is a great hit at parties and couldn’t be easier to mix up.
Cheesy Breakfast Strata is perfect for breakfast, brunch, or as a light dinner with a salad. Swiss cheese, chives, and bacon give a kick to bland potatoes and eggs. The flavor is fabulous, and it is even good at room temperature.
Fabulous Macaroni & Cheese is a comfort food sure to invoke memories of youth. It is made completely on the stove-top in about 20 minutes, and requires no baking.
Tater Tot Muffins are the perfect change-up to your potato routine. They are simple to put together and each one is a convenient single serving side dish.
Colorful shrimp spread is a deliciously different appetizer for parties and tailgates. It is a take-off on the ever popular Mexican 7-Layer Dip, but with seafood.