A relative of parsley, dill weed is commonly used in sauces and salads, and sprinkled over fish or vegetables, especially potatoes. Its slightly sweet and fresh, grassy flavor lends itself to yogurt or sour cream based sauces. It is a staple herb to have in your spice cabinet as it is found in recipes from all over the world. It has a more delicate flavor than dill seed, which is found in many pickling recipes.
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