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Frontier Co-Op Tarragon Leaf Flakes Description
- French Type
- Non-GMO Project Verified
The warm, delicate flavor of tarragon is popular in many cuisines, particularly French. Use this organic tarragon to heighten the flavor of other herbs and add a distinctive touch to sauces, salads, dressings, eggs and fish dishes. Tarragon also complements mushrooms, tomatoes and poultry.
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Tarragon Grilled Summer Squash Medley
If you’re a meat-lover, your grill is probably the most-used appliance inside (or outside) your home during certain times of the year. But, in case you’ve forgotten, it is also capable of cooking vegetables – and bringing about their natural sweetness and a rich, caramelizing flavor. Mooove the meat over (or skip it entirely) and put strips of squash on the grill. Brush it with avocado oil and sprinkle on fresh tarragon. Don’t expect leftovers – you’ll find the batch easily goes in one sitting.
3 large organic zucchini
3 large organic yellow squash
3 organic chayote squash
3 Tbsp. avocado oil
Pinch sea salt, optional
Black pepper, freshly ground
Fresh tarragon sprigs or tarragon leaf flakes
- Slice squash into thick strips.
- Brush strips with oil, salt and pepper. Place enough tarragon over each strip to cover. Wrap in foil.
- Grill for approximately 10 minutes.
- Prefer baking? Place squash strips on lightly oiled or lined baking sheets, coat with seasonings and bake for approximately 15 minutes or until golden brown.
- If desired, serve cashew cream on the side for dipping.