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BUUKWORM14 SparkPoints: (58,926)
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1/10/11 12:22 P

You can google substitutes, but I'd go with dried (just remember you use about half as much dried). Tarragon has a licorice flavor, so maybe try some anise or fennel.

HEEPER Posts: 1,000
1/10/11 11:55 A

I would used dried tarragon.

HOLLYAW24 Posts: 21
1/10/11 11:37 A

Hello, I “converted” a few recipes this weekend to be a bit healthier and grouped recipes with like ingredients. Two of the recipes i chose to try this week call for fresh tarragon, but I could not find it at the store. I shop in a mid-size town in the midwest.
I looked in two places at both Wal-Mart & Hy-Vee: 1. Produce section where they keep the larger herb bundles, like cilantro and parsley. 2. Produce section where they keep the smaller packages herbs, like thyme, rosemary, basil, etc.
1. Should I look in a different section of the grocery store?
2. Is there an easier to find substitute if I cannot find this ingredient? The recipes I have include chicken with curry gravy and lemon chicken soup with roasted garlic
Thanks!


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