Dill is a highly versatile herb that goes with many foods, spices and herbs. It is also an international culinary herb, with a notable place in Scandinavian, Greek, Indian and Vietnamese cuisines that goes beyond garnish.
Origin: United States
Flavor & Pairing: Fresh and slightly lemony in flavor. Pairs exceptionally well with chicken, seafood, tomatoes, potatoes and anything dairy.
Culinary Uses: Use to season soups, stews, eggs, rice, potatoes, beans, herbed breads and cheese. Dill can also be used in herbal tea blends.
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