Experience the delicate flavor of Dill Leaves in seafood, salads, dips, spreads and sauces; or sprinkle the finely chopped leaves as an attractive green garnish over cooked vegetable and soup dishes.
Take your taste buds on a journey with this great-tasting, low-calorie recipe of Broiled Salmon with Lemon Dill Sauce. Serve with baked potato, rice or garden salad.
NOTE: While the leaves and seed are from the same plant, they are not used interchangeably. Dill Seeds have a pungent, caraway-celery like flavor; Dill leaves have a similar but milder taste. Consequently, itís best to add generous amounts of the dried leaves at the end of cooking to retain the delicate flavor.
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|PHC Lot Number||Product Name||Botanical Name||Country of Origin|
|21075OC||Dill Weed||Anethum graveolens||China|
|19025GB||Dill Weed||Anethum graveolens||Egypt|
|18011AG||Dill Weed||Anethum graveolens||Germany|
|16127GB||Dill Weed||Anethum graveolens||Egypt|