What can I do with a ton of tarragon?

What can I do with a ton of tarragon?

Try fresh tarragon in every type of chicken dish you can think of—chicken salad, chicken pot pie, chicken coated in a creamy tarragon sauce—and duck dishes, too. Next, add tarragon to sauces—all of the sauces: pesto, aioli, sauce gribiche, and green goddess dressing.

Can you freeze chicken tarragon?

Cool, transfer to a freezer-safe container or bag and freeze for up to 1 month. To serve, defrost in fridge and reheat in a pan until piping hot.

Can I freeze tarragon sauce?

Well, here’s how. Can you freeze Tarragon? Yes, you can.

How can I make my stew more flavorful?

Try adding soy sauce or Worcestershire for extra savory (or umami) flavor, a touch of honey or brown sugar for sweetness, lemon zest or vinegar for brightness or chili powder or smoked paprika for spice and depth.

What kind of potatoes are best for stew?

ANSWER: Waxy potatoes or those called boiling potatoes stand up well in soups and stews. These have thin skin and are high in moisture and low in starch. Potatoes that are low-starch and high-moisture hold together better. Yukon Gold potatoes are on the medium-starch side and will hold their shape in soups.

What flavors pair well with tarragon?

Tarragon’s astringent, herbal flavor pairs well with lemon, orange, mint, black and white pepper, nuts, sherry, garlic, butter, and spring vegetables like fava beans and artichokes. Chop leaves roughly or finely and add them to a dish at any stage of cooking.

Is it better to dry or freeze tarragon?

Freeze-dried herbs are useful for faster cooking dishes, such as the Tarragon Chicken, as the freeze-drying process tends to allow herbs to retain more flavour and aroma vs. Fresh tarragon would be the best alternative for the dish.

What is the best way to preserve fresh tarragon?

Wrap each portion of tarragon tightly with plastic wrap and transfer to freezer. Keep tarragon in freezer up to 6 months. To use, remove tarragon from freezer. Chop as desired for use in soups, sauces, and stuffings.