Tasty, no one ingredient stood out, excellent on poached cod. We made extra to pour over pasta shells. Easy to make and will be made again.
I think this was pretty good. Creamy, a lot of dill flavor. I think it is missing something though. Maybe a little white wine? I'll probably try it again and play with the recipe some.
This one was delish. I put in closer to a tablespoon of dill, just because it was the first of the season and I was hungry for it. It was easy and went really great with our fish.
What a delightful little sauce. I'm glad my boring days of lemon juice, salt and pepper are over! I had to make do with what I had so I used dried dill weed, and I only had honey-dijon mustard, but it turned out perfectly.
Nicely balanced sauce that would probably make up a nice pasta dish or cold to dress up some fresh sliced tomatoes. Served this with poached tilapia. thanks!
Wonderful recipe! Low in all the bad stuff and high in flavour. I took a chance and made it with freeze dried dill. It was very good but I'll be making this with fresh dill next time.... I had to use quite a bit of the dried to get a good dill flavour going. I served this as a dip for pan-seared salmon and shrimp with lemon pepper and garlic...excellent! I think it would be great on pasta or mixed into a can of tuna for tuna salad. A definite make again recipe. Thanks, Bergy!
Very easy, quick and delicious. I used it over poached cod, it complimented very nicely! Served the cod over a bed of sliced tomatoes with some muchrooms, it seemed to also enhance the tomato and mushroom too! I just had a very small amount of fresh dill so I used some dried and some fresh, worked out well. I will make it again, bet it would make a nice dill salad dressing too. thanks for posting another winner Bergy.
Very easy and fast recipe to make. I used dried dill weed and it tasted great.