Top Rated Tarragon Recipes

Chicken Tarragon
Tarragon has a very special affinity with chicken. This spring/summer recipe is a new take on an old theme and is well loved by all. New potatoes are the only side needed.
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Warm up with this comforting chicken skillet.
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5

Grilled Pizza
"Proscuitto, in addition to fresh, sweet corn, is the shining star of these little za’s. I’m lucky that where I live we have access to the really good stuff: Jersey Fresh sweet white corn, freshly made mozzarella and salty imported prosciutto. Because we’re working with such simple ingredients here, it really does matter that you use the best possible quality you can find. My food philosophy has always revolved around using great ingredients and not overcomplicating things, and my trip to Italy has only strengthened that belief. The food there is dead simple, but the quality of ingredients and the attention to good technique are what make it so special." - Nicole Gaffney of Coley Cooks food blog.Find her original recipe here.
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4.5

Osso Buco
"Elderflower and tarragon are both ingredients that I grew up with; my mother has always grown tarragon in her garden that we use for cooking, vinegar and preserves. And the excitement is always high when the elder bushes start blossoming along the roadsides in Denmark, and then when it’s time to pick the flowers to make cordial."-Trine HahnemannRecipe Courtesy of Trine Hahnemann from her cookbook Scandinavian Comfort Food. Click here to purchase your own copy. 
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Heirloom Tomato Butter with Tarragon
This deliciously simple compound butter oozes with summery zest. Let a pat melt over grilled fish or slather it on boiled sweet corn. Use very ripe, very red tomatoes for best color and flavor. Click here to see 15 Tastiest Heirloom Tomato Recipes.
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Tarragon-Roasted Chicken
Roasting a chicken used to be an intimidating concept to me. The bird seemed big, it couldn’t be cooked on the stovetop, and in my mind only a mom, grandma, or some other official adult had the necessary expertise. Then I was commissioned to test a group of recipes, and roasted chicken was on the list. It turns out it isn’t difficult at all. Now I think everyone should know how to roast a chicken, if only to enjoy the head start it gives you on nearly a week’s worth of meals: tacos on Tuesday, chicken salad on Wednesday, and a sandwich on Thursday.What makes this recipe special is the combination of sage, rosemary, lemon, and tarragon stuffed into the bird’s cavity. It smells divine while roasting, and the meat acquires a lush citrus-herb flavor. Roasted Vegetables with Tahini Vinaigrette would be great on the side. You will need a meat thermometer to make sure the chicken is properly cooked. If yours is instant-read rather than traditional, pull the bird out of the oven after 45 minutes and check the temperature in the thickest part of the thigh, avoiding the bone.Excerpted from COOKING SOLO, © 2016 by Klancy Miller. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.
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Cherries and almonds are a classic pair and make a delicious salad combination with tart arugula and fragrant tarragon.
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Chicken Waldorf Tarragon Salad
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Refreshing and delicious, this recipe is easy and flavorful. It is perfect for a concert under the sun! Mochi serves as a great sandwich pockets and works especially well with the chicken salad and are a great festival picnic dish.
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These days, it's so much more about the sauce you're serving with your meal, rather than the dish itself. For grilled chicken, try this easy mustard-tarragon sauce that uses creamy Greek yogurt as a base. Click here to see more recipes that use Greek yogurt.
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Slow Cooker Tarragon Chicken with Mushroom Cream Sauce
The most delcious tender chicken with an amazing sauce. Perfect if you're having company or if you want to make something special for dinner. See all slow cooker recipes. Click here to see The Slow Cooker Challenge Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Roasted Beets with Tarragon
Tarragon has an anise-like flavor that pairs well with the sweetness of the beets in this recipe. 
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3.5

Linguine with Roasted Beets, Tarragon, and Caraway
The recipe is simple enough, but the flavors are intense. The julienned beets are sautéed at high heat with the caraway seeds. Beets have a lot of moisture in them, so it takes several minutes for the slices to caramelize. But when they do, they acquire a deep, rich, earthy flavor that’s irresistible. To take that up a notch, I add some balsamic vinegar just before adding the pasta and reduce it until it glazes the beets. The last touch is the fresh tarragon that’s tossed with the pasta. It picks up on the flavor of the caraway seeds and brightens the dish with its exquisite, fresh aromas.
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