Dill Leaf Tips are a fragrant herb with a flavour reminiscent of anise and citrus. Dill leaves are usually used in savoury dishes. They are an essential herb in Greek, Turkish and Slavic cooking. Commonly used in seafood dishes, particularly salmon. Dill is widely used in Europe and Asia. Dill is used as a topping for boiled potatoes covered with fresh butter.
The spice people carry dill as; dill leaf tips and dill seeds whole.
With a unique anise/citrus flavour, this ultra-fragrant herb is used predominantly in savoury dishes and pairs particularly well with seafood. We harvest these leaves at their peak and dry them to lock in flavour. Use to flavour soups, stews, pastas and dips in place of fresh herbs.
Dill has many health benefits. It helps to aid in digestion and can be used as treatment for colic in small children. Dill also contains calcium, manganese, iron and magnesium.
100% dried Dill Leaf Tips
How to use:
It goes well with chillies, garlic, mustard, cumin, turmeric and ginger
Use in dips and dressings, sauces and soups
Use it in mushrooms, spinach, chicken, poultry and lamb
Dill goes well with sour cream or yogurt, cucumber, egg, spinach, rice salads, even boiled potatoes
It goes well with bread, carrots, corn, cucumber, seafood, tomatos and turkey
It combines well with basil, garlic, mustard, paprika and parsley
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