A tall, feathery plant with distinctive yellow blooms, Dill grows well in most conditions and is especially liked by gardeners because both its leaves and blooms are useful. The blooms are most well-known for pickling, and Dill leaves taste delicious added to fish, potato soup, eggs and vegetable dishes. Egyptians and Romans used Dill as a culinary and medicinal herb. It is also mentioned in the Bible as a spice that the religious people of the day brought into the temple as part of their tithe. See the full recipe details by clicking on the blue link in each summary.
Dill Pickled Cucumbers Dill grows well in most conditions and is especially liked by gardeners because both its leaves and blooms are useful. The blooms are most well-known for pickling.
Pasta Alfredo This is a perfect spring dish when the peas and dill are fresh from the garden.
Creamy Potato Soup This is the easiest and fastest of all the soups; no simmering time needed. Perfect paired with a salad and herbed bread for a cold winter day.
Brian’s Lentil Soup with Dill and Cumin A warm, healthy recipe for a winter’s night.
Yogurt Cucumber Sauce with Dill Easy, quick, and refreshing!
Dilly Pot Roast The perfect Sunday dinner. Put it in the oven before you go to church, and while you’re there invite someone to come over and enjoy it with you!
Roasted Salmon with Lemon and Dill No prep time needed for this healthy dish. Dill and salmon are a perfect marriage of flavors!
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