Definition of 'tarragon'
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Add the fresh tarragon and season to taste. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Return all the mushrooms to the pan, add the tarragon and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Fold in the chives and tarragon, cover and transfer to the fridge to rest for about 4 hours. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Add fish and tarragon. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Pulse crème fraîche with dill or tarragon and serve as a sauce on the side. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Make a pile of tarragon leaves and chop. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Thaw the peas and sprinkle on the leaves along with the tarragon and chives. Times, Sunday Times (2014)When you have a mayonnaise consistency add chopped tarragon and a squeeze of lemon. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Stir in the cream and the chopped tarragon and basil. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This looks very pretty garnished with a few fresh tarragon sprigs. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Add more thyme leaves or a little chopped tarragon if you like. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Chop the tarragon and add to the butter with the chopped shallots and anchovies. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Chop half the tarragon and add to the dressing. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Check the seasoning and add the chopped tarragon at the last moment. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Stir through the tarragon and parsley. The Sun (2015)Mix in the parsley and tarragon. The Sun (2015)Add the chicken, white wine vinegar and tarragon and season. The Sun (2015)You can add tender herbs such as tarragon, basil and coriander in summer. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Try adding crème fraîche and fresh tarragon to sautéed mushrooms: perfect over a baked potato. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Check the seasoning, then scatter the remaining parsley and tarragon over the top. Times, Sunday Times (2012)If using tarragon, chop the leaves and stir into the sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2007)To serve, mix the sauce with the chicken and mushrooms and sprinkle with some fresh tarragon. The Sun (2012)Add 150ml crème fraîche and some chopped tarragon and lemon juice. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Mix into the white sauce, adding half a tablespoon of finely chopped fresh tarragon per person. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Gently stir in the chopped tarragon then leave to rest for 5 minutes to allow the flavours to combine. The Sun (2013)Roughly chop the rest of the basil and tarragon leaves and stir into the stew, along with the potatoes and chopped tomatoes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Serve the fish over the mash with a dollop of green mayo: finely chop parsley with tarragon or basil and stir through the mayo. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Stir in the balsamic vinegar, parsley, tarragon and lemon zest. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The results can be surprisingly good - herbs such as parsley and tarragon which are difficult to dry by conventional methods keep their colour and flavour well. Planning the Organic Herb Garden (1986)
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Translations for 'tarragon'
British English: tarragon /ˈtærəɡən/ NOUN
Tarragon is a European herb with narrow leaves which are used to add flavour to food.
- American English: tarragon
- Arabic: طَرْخُون
- Brazilian Portuguese: estragão
- Chinese: 龙蒿
- Croatian: taragon
- Czech: estragon
- Danish: estragon
- Dutch: dragon
- European Spanish: estragón
- Finnish: rakuuna mauste
- French: estragon
- German: Estragon
- Greek: εστραγκόν
- Italian: dragoncello
- Japanese: タラゴン
- Korean: 타라곤
- Norwegian: estragon
- Polish: estragon
- European Portuguese: estragão
- Romanian: tarhon
- Russian: эстрагон
- Spanish: estragón
- Swedish: dragon ört
- Thai: สมุนไพรชนิดหนึ่งมีกลิ่นหอมใช้ทำอาหาร
- Turkish: tarhun
- Ukrainian: естрагон
- Vietnamese: cây ngải giấm
Definition of tarragon from the Collins English Dictionary
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