French Tarragon

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Tarragon, also called Estragon, (species Artemisia dracunculus), bushy aromatic herb of the family Asteraceae (Compositae), the dried leaves and flowering tops of which are used to add tang and piquancy to many culinary dishes, particularly fish, chicken, stews, sauces, omelets, cheeses, vegetables, tomatoes, and pickles. An essential part of French cooking, tarragon is part of the fines herbes mix (along with chives, parsley, and chervil). The leaves of this herb are used in classic French sauces, egg dishes, flavored butters and creamed cheeses, soups and in poultry dishes. A popular use is in tarragon vinegar, made by adding a sprig of tarragon to a sterile bottle and covering with boiling white wine vinegar. There are two types of tarragon, "French" and "Russian." Because it is more savory with a light anise-like flavor, "French" tarragon is more highly sought. Oddly enough both "French" and "Russian" Tarragon originated in Russia. High in vitamins A and C, the leaves from this herb are believed to help stimulate the appetite and a tea made from tarragon has often been used as a tonic.

French Tarragon is available in 2 oz., 1.3 oz., and .5 oz. sizes. All A1 herbs, spices and seasonings are freshness sealed in durable and attractive clear plastic bottles. For bulk pricing contact us here. or call 516-801-2132.

Product # Product Price Order
1635 French Tarragon 15 lb. Bag $349.99 Buy it!
1634 French Tarragon 6 lb. Bag $149.99 Buy it!
1354 French Tarragon 1.25 lb. Jug $49.99 Buy it!
0989 French Tarragon 3 oz. $8.99 Buy it!
0589 French Tarragon 1.3 oz. $5.99 Buy it!
0788 French Tarragon .5 oz. $4.29 Buy it!


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French Tarragon
French Tarragon

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