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Dill Weed

Dill Weed
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1/2 Cup Jar  
Net 0.65oz
$4.90
1 1/2 Cup Jar  
Net 2.00oz
$8.80
1/2 Cup Bag  
Net 0.65oz
$4.10
1 Cup Bag  
Net 1.45oz
$6.80
3 Cup Bag  
Net 4.35oz
$13.30
 

1/2 Cup Jar - $4.90
Bottle Size: 4.25" x 2"
(Per Ounce Cost: $7.54)
 

1 1/2 Cup Jar - $8.80
Bottle Size: 5.5" x 2.5"
(Per Ounce Cost: $4.40)
 

1/2 Cup Bag - $4.10
Bag Size: 7" x 4.25"
(Per Ounce Cost: $6.31)
 

1 Cup Bag - $6.80
Bag Size: 7" x 4.25"
(Per Ounce Cost: $4.69)
 

3 Cup Bag - $13.30
Bag Size: 9" x 6"
(Per Ounce Cost: $3.06)


Details

Herbs

Dill weed is native to Western Europe and Russia. Traditionally used in German and Scandinavian cooking, it has become more popular in the States. The best dill weed is grown in California, which is where we get ours.

Dill Weed Q & A

What is dill weed?

Dill weed is the dried leaves of the dill plant (Anethum graveolens). Dill is an annual herb and both its leaves and seeds are used in cooking.

What does dill weed taste like?

Dill weed has a pleasant brightness that provides fresh flavor to food. It is a buttery herb with a warm, grassy aroma and notes of anise and lemon.

What is the difference between dill and fennel?

While fresh fennel fronds and dill are similar in appearance with thin, feathery green fronds, they differ greatly in taste. While dill does have subtle anise notes in addition to its signature bright, grassy flavor, fennel has the distinct flavor of black licorice.

What flavors go well with dill?

Dill pairs well with many other flavors including lemon, garlic, basil, parsley, paprika, horseradish, and mustard.

Cooking With Dill Weed

Dried dill weed is best suited for quick cooking processes. If using in a longer process like roasting or braising, it should be added toward the end. Dill weed pairs well with seafood and fish, especially salmon. It can also be used to flavor eggs, salads, potatoes, white sauces, meats, and veggies like zucchini, beets, carrots, and spinach.

Other Names

Dillweed

Anethum graveolens

Dietary Information

Salt-Free
Sugar-Free
Gluten-Free
Nut-Free
Vegetarian
Vegan
MSG-Free
Dairy-Free
Garlic-Free
Onion-Free
Sweetener-Free
Black Pepper-Free
Capsicum-Free
Corn-Free


Flavor of Dill Weed

This buttery herb with the aroma of anise and lemon pairs well with coriander, garlic, ginger, mustard, and turmeric.

Uses of Dill Weed

Add to dips, salads, potatoes, and white sauces. Season meats and seafood. Dill weed should be used toward the end of the cooking process.

Dill Weed Recipe

Spice Blend Recipe: Dill Dip Mix

For 5-6 T of mix: Blend 2 T dried dill weed and dried minced onion with 1 T dried parsley, 1 t celery salt, and 1/2 t yellow mustard powder


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