Tarragon Herb Organic, renowned for its exceptional flavour, is your key to adding a touch of elegance to your dishes!
- Certified Organic: Our tarragon herb is cultivated using organic practices, ensuring it’s free from pesticides and additives. It’s a wholesome choice for the conscious cook.
- Distinctive Flavor: Tarragon boasts a unique, anise-like flavour with a hint of sweetness. It’s a versatile herb that complements a wide range of different types of food, offering a sophisticated twist to your recipes.
- Culinary Versatility: This herb’s versatility makes it ideal for flavouring sauces, salad dressings, and marinades. It’s a must-have for French cuisine and an excellent addition to various dishes.
- Fresh Aroma: Tarragon’s fresh and slightly peppery aroma adds depth to your culinary creations, making your kitchen a fragrant haven.
- Health Benefits: Tarragon is recognized for its potential health benefits, including aiding digestion and providing antioxidants. It’s a flavourful way to support your well-being,
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How to Use
Tarragon is a versatile herb that adds a distinctive flavour to a variety of dishes. Here are some ways to use tarragon in your cooking:
Sauces: tarragon is a key ingredient in the classic French sauce béarnaise. It can also enhance other sauces, such as hollandaise, mayonnaise, and creamy mustard sauces. Add a pinch of dried tarragon to infuse the sauce with its unique flavour.
Salads: tarragon can be used in salads, particularly those with greens, tomatoes, and cucumbers. Its unique taste provides a fresh and sophisticated twist.
Vinaigrettes: create homemade vinaigrettes with tarragon, vinegar, olive oil, and other herbs and spices. Drizzle this over salads or grilled vegetables for a delightful dressing.
Vegetables: tarragon can elevate the taste of various vegetables, including asparagus, carrots, and green beans. Steam or sauté the vegetables and finish with a sprinkle of fresh tarragon.
Potatoes: tarragon pairs excellently with potatoes. Use it in potato salads or sprinkle it over roasted or mashed potatoes.
Breads and Pastries: tdd dried tarragon to bread or pastry recipes for a unique and savoury flavour twist.
Tarragon Tea: tarragon can also be used to make herbal tea. Steep dried tarragon leaves in hot water for a soothing beverage.
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per 100 g
- Energy 1389 KJ
- Calories 332 kcal
- Fat 7 g
- Of which Saturated 1 g
- Carbohydrates 43 g
- Of which Sugars 0 g
- Protein 23 g
- Salt 0 g