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Best before: Our suggestion is to consume it within 1 year from the production date. It protects its taste and smell provided that it is properly stored within 3 months after the cover is opened once.

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Store the spices in a dry, dark place away from sunlight. Every time you open the lid and start using it, we close your mouth tightly and we recommend you to buy as much as you can consume in a short time.

Country of origin: Turkey

SKU: OL-78986617146

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Tarragon, 10 gr

Tarragon's anise aroma also works well with tomatoes and carrots. Try sprinkling some over grilled summer vegetables or a green salad, especially if it includes watermelon.

Net weight: 0.01 kgs
$2.12

Delivery: This product will be shipped within 48 hours.

Best before: Our suggestion is to consume it within 1 year from the production date. It protects its taste and smell provided that it is properly stored within 3 months after the cover is opened once.

More Info

Store the spices in a dry, dark place away from sunlight. Every time you open the lid and start using it, we close your mouth tightly and we recommend you to buy as much as you can consume in a short time.

Country of origin: Turkey

SKU: OL-78986617146

Ingredients

%100 Natural Tarragon

Tarragon is a culinary herb from the sunflower family that has a bittersweet taste and an aromatic quality similar to anise. It is an important herb in French cuisine, being one of the four herbs in the mixture fines herbes, and is a prime ingredient in Bérnaise sauce. It is often used in French cooking for egg, chicken, and fish dishes. 

Cooking Tips

Because tarragon has a potent flavor, it is important to understand how to best use it when cooking. You can use both dried and fresh tarragon in your recipes, just keep in mind that dried has a much more concentrated, intense flavor than fresh. Thus, dried tarragon should be used sparingly. As a rule, 1 tablespoon fresh tarragon equals 1 teaspoon dried.

While the French call tarragon the "king of herbs," Americans have not taken to its flavor as quickly as they have with basil or chives. If you are not familiar with the herb, you might ease into using it by putting a pinch on a baked potato, adding it to potato salad, or sprinkling it on egg dishes as an introduction.

Tarragon works very well in sauces, especially those that are creamy. A classic Bearnaise sauce is made from a reduction of vinegar and wine mixed with shallots and tarragon and thickened with egg yolks and butter. It is a traditional accompaniment to a tenderloin steak, as well as fish and vegetables. Another delicious sauce made with tarragon and tomatoes is perfect for seared chicken breasts.

It is widespread in the wild across much of Eurasia and North America, and is cultivated for culinary and medicinal purposes.

Nutrition facts

Amount Per 
 
Calories 295
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 7 g10%
Saturated fat 1.9 g9%
Polyunsaturated fat 3.7 g 
Monounsaturated fat 0.5 g 
Cholesterol 0 mg0%
Sodium 62 mg2%
Potassium 3,020 mg86%
Total Carbohydrate 50 g16%
Dietary fiber 7 g28%
Protein 23 g46%
Vitamin A84%    Vitamin C83%
Calcium113%    Iron179%
Vitamin D0%    Vitamin B-6120%
Cobalamin0%    Magnesium86%
*Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Sources include: USDA
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