OverviewTarragon is a herb with strongly aromatic leaves. These are used for their characteristic flavour that goes very well with meat and fish.
|Only use fresh and really green tarragon.|
|Select the best tender leaves, discard stalks.|
|Then chop leaves with scissors or a sharp knife before adding to your recipe.|
|Note: Don't leave tarragon too long after chopping, otherwise it will lose its flavour.|
KeepingTarragon can be frozen or if not, dried.
Last modified on: August 8th 2017
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