Dill is an annual herb in the celery family Apiaceae. It is a herb that’s found throughout European and Asian cuisines
As a herb and spice, dill is commonly used to elevate the flavour of various dishes. It’s often paired with salmon, potatoes, and yoghurt-based sauces.
- Use it as a garnish for soups or roasted vegetables.
- Sprinkle it on top of cold cucumber salads.
- Use it in potato salads or on baked or roasted potatoes.
- Place it over gravlax.
- Stir it into yoghurt-based dips like tzatziki.
- Chop and add it to salads.
- Use it to add flavour to fish, lamb, or egg dishes.
- Add it to baked bread.
- Incorporate it into sauces, marinades, or salad dressings.
- Rich in antioxidants
- May benefit heart health
- Helps to lower blood sugar levels
- May have anticancer properties
- Antibacterial properties
- Bone Health
Dill Potato Salad
One of the best dill recipes there is: dill potato salad! It’s bursting with fresh herbs and flavoured with olive oil and vinegar. Think tangy potatoes, drenched in a naturally creamy sauce made with olive oil and vinegar, punchy fresh herbs, and savoury capers to round it out. It's full of beautiful, herby flavour.
Homemade Dill Pickle
Here's the most classic of all dill recipes: the dill pickle! We're all about quick pickles: pickles that can be made in minutes and stored in the refrigerator. We don’t have the time or energy for canning equipment and sterilizing…and we’d rather make a quick batch for easy snacking! You can pickle just about any vegetable, but there’s really nothing like the classic dill pickle.
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