Secret Ingredient: Tarragon

Last Updated July 20, 2017
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recipes with french tarragon

The long, skinny, flavorful leaves of French tarragon are best for cooking, thanks to their mild anise and vanilla notes. You can use tarragon as a substitute for fennel, and even freeze it fresh for up to 5 months. Try some tarragon the next time you're in the kitchen!

Crab Tostada, Arbol, and Tarragon

crab tostada with homemade hot sauce
Homemade hot sauce is the secret ingredient!

Chilled Sweet Pea and Tarragon Soup

This is an elegant and delicately sweet soup and so simple to prepare.

Orange-Tarragon Watermelon Radish Slaw

radishes
This slaw is terrific on anything from beef to seafood and also as a salad.

Roasted Beet Salad with Tarragon Vinaigrette

roasted beet salad
Classical flavors in a simple salad. You can make it elegant or simply toss and eat.

John Crow Farm Burgers with Creamy Tarragon Sauce

Grass-finished freshly ground beef is a game changer in its own right. The quality of the meat is astounding and the results truly sublime. John Crow Farm does it right. Make these burgers tonight.

Pan-seared Halibut with Melted Cherry Tomatoes and Tarragon

During the first few weeks of summer, tomatoes trickle slowly into the farmers market, a few baskets at a time. Such a short supply after months of cold-weather crops like roots and greens means those...

Grilled Radicchio with Blue Cheese and Tarragon Honey Vinaigrette

Bitter, salty, sweet and sour. This salad hits all the taste notes and is great along side your favourite steak.

Grapefruit Tarragon Syrup

By Hana Zoufalik, Food and Beverage Outlets Manager, Whitfield at Ace Hotel
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