Tarragon vinegar

Recipe from: 12/1/1992 12:00:00 AM
Ingredients 2
Servings 1


Serving Change
  • fresh tarragon
  • wine vinegar


Tarragon vinegar is very useful in cooking, and is easy to make, by soaking tarragon in a wine vinegar. The proportions would be about one third tarragon to about two thirds vinegar. This can be left in the sun for a period of six weeks. I find sometimes that an even better flavour, with more maturity and depth, can be obtained by keeping the infusion in a slightly warm place, but out of direct sunlight, and leaving it for three or four months. The most important ingredient here is patience.



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