This Tarragon Vinaigrette is a herb infused oil that gets better after being refrigerated for a few days, as is the case with any herb infused oil vinaigrette.
This herb will stimulate your appetite making it a perfect vinaigrette
for your appetizer salads. It can be served over any fresh
greens but I prefer it on a Spring Mix (or Mesclun Mix) salad.
I find that this vinaigrette recipe pairs very well with the combination of baby lettuces and the tart radicchio.
1. Put all of the vinaigrette ingredients in a mason jar or jam jar and shake vigorously. (Alternatively you can beat all the ingredients with a wire whisk in a small bowl.)
2. Store, your vinaigrette in a well sealed container, in the refrigerator.
Yield: this vinaigrette recipe makes about 3/4 cup
- that Tarragon is also known as "dragon wart".
- that tarragon is used in the Mediterranean area as a culinary herb, as well as in many other infused vinaigrette.
- that tarragon is rich in anti oxidants, which helps keep us healthy
- that tarragon was used in ancient medicines to stimulate your appetite
- that tarragon is used today to combat anorexia.
- that a tarragon vinaigrette, used daily, can help prevent blood clots, thereby helping to prevent strokes and heart attacks.
- that tarragon can help lower blood sugar levels and to maintain them at a normal level.
- that tarragon has numerous vitamins and minerals which our bodies need.
- that tarragon has been used as an anti septic and anesthetic.
- that tarragon tea can help relieve insomnia.
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Fruits: such as a Berry Salad
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Vegetables: such as Marinated Vegetables
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