Nasturtium Vinegar

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Nasturtium Vinegar

  • Author: Chef Jenna Asher


Nasturtium leaves




  1. Collect clean nasturtiums flowers in a pint-sized jar. 
  2. Completely cover the flowers with vinegar.  Cover the jar with a lid and store in a cabinet or refrigerator for up to a month. 
  3. When you are ready to use the infused vinegar, strain out the flowers. Store in the pantry or fridge with a tight-fitting lid. Great for subtly flavoring salad dressings, marinades, etc.


We used the leaves of Alaska Mix nasturtiums, but any variety will work well.