Weight Equivalents: Chives

Chives are native to Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America. They are related to scallions and onions, and are used in many cuisines around the world.
Asian or Garlic chives originated in the Himalayas and the high Mongolian plains, Asian or Korean chives have a distinct garlic flavor and have flat leaves. Buchu are used in many types of Kimchi, some ban chan dishes, in soups, stews, braises, and stir fries.
When buying select uniform green bunches with little or no blemishing.

How much does a bunch of chives weigh?


Chives

Chives have a mild onion or sometimes garlic flavor.

1 tablespoonchopped3g.1oz
1 cupchopped48g1.7oz
1 bunchaverage56.8g2oz
Conversions Fresh to Freeze Dried
FreshFreeze Dried
1 Tablespoon1 teaspoon
3 cups1 ounce
Asian or Korean Chives (Garlic Chives)

Common Names: Buchu, Korean Chives, Chinese Chives, Garlic Chives.

Originating in the Himalayas and the high Mongolian plains, Asian or Korean chives have a distinct garlic flavor and have flat leaves. Buchu are used in many types of Kimchi, some ban chan dishes, in soups, stews, braises, and stir fries.
When buying select uniform green bunches with little or no blemishing.
Storage: Trim/remove any discolored leaves and wrap loosely in paper towel or newspaper. May be kept refrigerated for up to three or four days.
Asian or Korean chives can be substituted by garlic shoots OR chives (not as pungent as Asian or Korean chives) OR flowering chives.

1 tablespoonchopped3.5g.1oz
1 cupchopped56g2oz
1 bunchaverage114.8g4oz

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