Cooks' Ingredients Tarragon 20g
3 days guaranteed (avg. 4)*
45p per 10g
Sage. Slightly bitter and wonderfully aromatic, widely used in stuffings, sausages and stews.
Refrigerate after purchase.
Preparation and Usage
Its mild aniseed flavour goes perfectly with poultry dishes and in sauces, salads and egg-based dishes. Delicious blended with butter and melted over cooked fish, chicken or vegetables and wonderful in salad dressings
Wash before use.
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