Tarragon

Bot.: Artemisia dracunculus

Tarragon a perennial herb in the family Asteraceae originated in Southeast Europe and Central Asia that grows to approximately 120 cm tall.

The fresh green branch tips of tarragon can be picked the whole summer. Because of its intense flavor, tarragon should be used sparingly. It is suitable for preparing soups, meats and sauces (such as béarnaise sauce), tarragon vinegar and for preserved cucumbers.

Nutrients of tarragon

Nutrients of tarragon per 100 mg
Energy
295 kcal
Water
7,74 g
Protein
22,77 g
Fat
7,24 g
Carbohydrates
50,22 g
Dietary fiber
7,4 g
Calcium
1139 mg
Potassium
3020 mg
Magnesium
347 mg

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