Mexican tarragon is native to Mexico and has been used since Aztec times both medicinally and as a flavoring in food. In modern Mexican culture, it is used to treat digestive upsets, as well as flavoring for eggs and meat dishes. Mexican tarragon is not a true tarragon (Artemisia). Instead, it is related to marigolds. The foliage resembles tarragon but the flowers are definitely marigolds.
Ingredients: Dried Mexican tarragon.
- Small-batch, hand-harvested and dried
- 2oz fully-compostable, resealable-bags
- Limited stock available
Out of stock
- Anise/licorice flavor with minty, peppery notes
- Key ingredient in béarnaise and hollandaise sauce
Suggest Use & Recipe Ideas
Culinary creations, including a seasoning for chicken and fish dishes, salad dressings, compound butter, etc.
Recipe idea: Tarragon Butter Recipe
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