Taste:Flavour is likened to the combination of anise, parsley, and celery with a mild lemon finish.
Uses:Dill may be used in fresh or cooked preparations, or as a garnish. Use in cream or wine-based sauces, pair with yogurt, cucumbers, lentils, tomatoes, dried fruit, seafood, poultry and noodles. As dill is a strong, distinct flavour it can overwhelm other flavours and may be used sparingly.
Health Benefits:Dill is a good source of calcium, manganese and iron. As an antioxidant food, its flavonoids also provide anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties that give it a whole host of incredible health benefits.