Fresh Tarragon Makes Great Salad Dressing
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Tarragon is a bittersweet, licorice-flavored herb that is used in sauces and stocks. It is also known for its anti-flatulent properties so it can be added to bean dishes and chili.
Tarragon gives Dijon mustard its distinctive flavor and blends well with vinegar. Here's a simple salad dressing that adds an elegant touch to a Romaine or red leaf salad.
How to Make Tarragon Salad Dressing
Wash and finely chop the herb, if using fresh tarragon, to make 2 tablespoons.
Measure oil and vinegar and put into a jar that has a lid.
Add sugar, herbs and spices.
Close tightly and shake well.
Use immediately as salad dressing, or store in refrigerator and shake well before pouring over salad.