A green herb with feathery leaves, called dill weed. The flat tan dill seed is actually the dried fruit of the herb.


available year-round

How to prepare

The flavor is destroyed in heating so add at the end of cooking. Often used in pickles and flavoring fish.

Matches well with

beets, breads, cabbage, carrots, chicken cucumbers, cream sauces, eggs, fish, pickles, potatoes, salmon, scallops, seafood, sour cream, tomatoes, veal


1 tbsp dill seed = 3 heads fresh or dried dillweed

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