Dill gives a strong, tangy, appetizing flavor and taste. It contains a number of nutrients and compounds that are thought to help aid digestion and reduce excess gas. It may also soothe menstrual disorders and boost the immune system. As it is also an anti-inflammatory substance, its compounds can help protect against arthritis and other inflammatory diseases.
Store dill in the fridge in a plastic bag for up to one week.
Dill works beautifully when added to soups, salads, pickles, drinks, and yogurt dressings. Always chop fresh herbs with a sharp, dry knife or simply tear with your fingers.
Cucumber Dill Tzatziki
Lettuce Salad with Dill Vinaigrette
Crunchy Spring Salad with Dill Dressing
Quinoa Salad with Radish, Dill, and Avocado
Cold Cucumber Soup with Dill and Yogurt
Greek Hand Pies with Greens, Dill and Feta
Herb Kuku (Persian Herb Frittata)
Lemon Egg Salad with Capers & Dill
Polish Cottage Cheese Pancakes with Sour Cream & Dill
Dill Infused Vodka for Cocktails
German Potato Salad with Dill
Garlic Dill Vinegar Pickles
Fermented Kosher Dill Pickles