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Chicken with tarragon butter
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The aromatic aniseed-like flavour of tarragon marries beautifully with a simple canvas such as roast chicken. These sandwiches are delicious as they are, or you can add another dimension to the flavour with a little of Fortnum’s supreme Game Relish.


Chicken with tarragon butter



Mix together the butter and tarragon then spread it over the walnut bread.

Spread a thin layer of game relish over each slice, if using, and top with the sliced chicken.

Trim the crusts, then slice each round into three triangles and serve.






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