What can be used as a substitute for tarragon?


Tarragon is a perennial herb that is found in the family Steracea and is used for culinary purposes in cooking chicken, fish and egg dishes. Tarragon can be substituted by dill, basil, marjoram, fennel seed, angelica or anise seed. The herb is popularly used in French recipes.
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An ideal substitute for tarragon is parsley and cinnamon powder whereby you simmer the ingredients together which will produce aroma similar to that of tarragon. You can use It for salad dressings or soups by putting equal amounts. Alternatively, use a dash of fennel seed as a substitute of tarragon and increase the quantity if you want a stronger and sweeter result. Tarragon is an herb with green elongated leaves often used for flavouring delicacies.
Substitutes for tarragon include parsley and cinnamon powder together, ground fennel seed, and chervil. Tarragon is an aromatic herb with a licorice flavour that is used on meats or in sauces, soups, and stews preparation.
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