Tarragon Vinegar. Using a wooden spoon, gently bruise the tarragon. Pour into a sterilized decorative bottle. Place the tarragon in a clean glass jar.
If the jar cover is metal, place some clear plastic wrap over the jar before screwing on the cap (to protect the cap from corrosion). Leave the jar of vinegar in a dark, dry place for two weeks. Tarragon vinegar is such a useful vinegar to have on hand that knowing how to make your own is definitely worth it. You can have Tarragon Vinegar using 6 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Tarragon Vinegar
- It’s 20 oz of rice or white wine vinegar.
- It’s 3 of sprigs fresh tarragon.
- It’s 2 clove of garlic.
- Prepare 3 of inch strip lemon zest.
- You need 1 of clean bottle or jar.
- Prepare 1 of clean bamboo skewer (optional).
It goes well in salad dressings and even as a dressing in its own right. And it is a frequent accompaniment to French recipes. Be sure to use the French tarragon, not the Russian version. In stainless-steel saucepan combine tarragon and vinegar; bring to boiling.
Tarragon Vinegar step by step
- Place tarragon sprigs in bottle.
- Place garlic and lemon zest in bottle – I thread mine midway on a bamboo skewer so they don't just lay on the bottom.
- Fill bottle with vinegar to cover.
- Let steep 2 weeks, keep indefinitely.
Cover with nonmetallic lid or plastic wrap; seal with metal lid. Ships from and sold by Online Grocery Outlet. Ships from and sold by Amazon.com. Any type of vinegar will do, as the end result will simply be that particular vinegar flavored with tarragon. If you want tarragon-infused balsamic vinegar, for instance, you can make it, but the most common vinegar to use is something less complex.