Artemisia dracunculus L.
Perhaps surprisingly, this strong, spicy / anise flavoured herb is part of the sunflower family. Several varieties are cultivated, of which French Tarragon is typically used for cooking. Often used to flavour white wine vinegar and oils, Tarragon is also well suited to creamy sauces and dressings (it is the main flavour component of the French Sauce Béarnaise) and works well with chicken, seafood and spring vegetables.
- Type of drying:
- Dry, ambient temperature, out of direct light, in original packaging
- min. durability:
- deliverer type:
- January, February, March, April, May, November
- signs of quality:
- Kosher certificate Halal certificate IFS QCCP®
Nutrient Contents per 100g
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