Dill is a tall plant that produces light, green, feathery leaves, which become dill “weed” when dried.
Dill is popular for everyday cooking in Europe, the Middle East and in Asia. Dill weed is delicate and tastes grassy with a bit of anise-licorice flavor. Dill works well with eggs, salads, breads, braised food, baked goods, bean dishes, and stews. Dill weed will lose flavor the longer it is cooked, so it should be added towards the end of cooking.
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