Well, the really, really, really quick way, cause I needed Tarragon Vinegar, NOW!!
Muddled some Tarragon Leaves,(that's what you call smooshing them up in a mortar with a pestle).
And it was good.
But I realized I really wanted to keep some on hand for the Bearnaise Sauce I'm making next week. So I went ahead and made more.
I was thinking it might be good in some home made mayonnaise as well?
Recipe: Home Made Tarragon Vinegar
1/2 cup White Wine Vinegar
4-6 sprigs Tarragon Leaves (more if you like)
Sterilize a small jelly jar and set aside for a minute or so.
Heat the vinegar to almost boiling, just til you see little bubbles forming. Do not boil. While it's heating, muddle or crush the washed and dried Tarragon leaves and place into the sterilized jar.
Pour the hot vinegar over the Tarragon leaves in the jar.
I'll be using some of this vinegar for the Salad I made earlier this week when I make it for a gather we're heading to next week. That salad was so good, I'm actually going to share it with some other people, not just eat the whole thing by myself over a couple of meals.
I'm also going to play with it in some home made mayo and the Bearnaise Sauce.
Which by my calculations should use up this batch quickly.