10 Reviews

yummm I love tarragon the combination of flavors for this dressing was wonderful, I reduced the amount of salt to 1/2 teaspoon, and used only 1/2 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper, thanks for sharing Nimzie!

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Kittencal@recipezazz June 28, 2008

This is so good! I love tarragon, so I knew I was going to love the tarragon in this recipe and I did. The amounts were just right. i used two large garlic cloves for this.

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Studentchef December 26, 2007

This is the best salad dressing! We love the tarragon flavor. Perfect for any salad. I also think it would be perfect to marinate chicken in it too. Yummm! I highly rcommend that everyone try this. Thanks for sharing, Nimz.

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Merlot October 29, 2007

What a delicious dressing this is! I love the flavor of tarragon. I made it exactly as directed and was thrilled with the results. This is going to be a dressing I make frequently. Congrats on the football pool!

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Lainey6605 December 19, 2006

Wow! This was great! I love the tarragon flavor. I used 1 tsp garlic powder because I was out of fresh. Definately will be making this again. Thanks!

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Bippie August 22, 2006

Very light easy to make dressing- I found with the Oil/vinegar ratio and the amount of garlic-tarragon in the recipe it separated very quickly - It was shake/pour, shake/pour so I put it in my mini mixer and emulsified the recipe - looks like a creamy dreassing and tastes heavenly. I will enjoy this on a plain spinach boiled egg salad - Thanks nimrod for posting

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Bergy August 17, 2006

Tarragon should appear in the name of this salad dressing, because it is the defining flavor. The vinaigrette was very good on ordinary green salad and I also used it on a tuna salad. I think it would also be a good marinade for chicken or fish or an easy, yummy dressing for a warm vegetable such as asparagus or green beans.

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echo echo March 12, 2006

White vinegar is a bit harsh. I subtitute Rice vinegar to obtain a much lighter taste.

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Chez Alain February 28, 2005

Only used 1 garlic clove which I smashed and just let sit in the dressing for several hours to flavor it because I don't like to eat raw garlic. Also the recipe doesn't specify fresh or dried tarragon so I only used 1 teaspoon of dried and cut the black pepper back to 1/2 teaspoon. Made for a very good dressing which I served on mixed greens. Thanks for posting, dcmac.

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Marie October 27, 2004

Very nice! Easy, tasty, great on a mixed field greens salad. Thanks dcmac!

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Sharon123 October 05, 2004
Oil and Vinegar Salad Dressing