I make these for myself frequently, sometimes I have a strong craving for their earthy, garlicky, creaminess. Autumn is when I find myself eating them the most, when the weather starts to get colder and I have just got back from walking the dog. They don‘t take long to whip up, I have stated the serving size to be 1-2 but if you want them for a starter portion this is the perfect amount for 2 people and ideal for lunch for 1. It can easily double up too. The tarragon is not essential, parsley and thyme both work very well, but I do recommend adding herbs. You could also omit the wine if you have too, and replace with extra stock.
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