Definitions, Meanings, Synonyms, Examples and Famous Quotes of tarragon in English
UK /ˈtær.ə.ɡən /
US /ˈter.ə.ɡɑːn /
A plant with whitish flowers whose narrow leaves taste similar to liquorice and are used in cooking as a herb
A perennial plant of the daisy family, with narrow aromatic leaves that are used as a culinary herb.
Fresh leaves (or leaves preserved in vinegar) used as seasoning
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Aromatic perennial of southeastern Russia
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Chicken with tarragon
Add fish and tarragon.
Stir in tomato paste and tarragon .
To make tarragon butter, mix together 2 tbsp.
Mix with minced tarragon and an onion.
Quotes and Sayings about "tarragon"
"A Bearnaise sauce is simply an egg yolk, a shallot, a little tarragon vinegar, and butter, but it takes years of practice for the result to be perfect."
"One of the biggest problems with young chefs is too much addition to the plate. You put cilantro and then tarragon and then olive oil and then walnut oil or whatever. It's too much."
"I believe that if ever I had to practice cannibalism, I might manage if there were enough tarragon around."