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Herb Information On Dill — 23 Comments

  1. I love dill. In beetroot soup.. in a marinade with lemon, olive oil and mustard for prawns for eating with pre dinner drinks… use bunches of it in the water when you cook live crab or raw prawns… cook roast potatoes and near the end of the cooking add thin slices of lemon (or preserved lemon in salt) and when you serve toss in lots of dill with some crunchy fleur de sel… good also on cucumber salad… I could go on but I’m taking up too much space for a comment! 😉

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    • wow, all these recipes are amazing, and I am going to use my dill more 🙂 Thanks so much!

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  2. I love dill!! The weather has been miserable, but I can still remember or first year in Cape Town. It was in 1996 and it rained until November. MY mother came to visit us and she arrived on her birtday on the 28th of November and it was pouring with rain when we fetched her at the airport!

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    • There was snow on the Helderberg Mountains one Christmas!

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  3. Dill is a favourite of mine in sauces – especially in fish pie…..

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    • I love to add dill to my fish dishes as well 🙂

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  4. An unusual herb, dill, it was fun to read more about it. Thanks Tandy! We don’t grow it, because the men in my life don’t really like it (although I do), and I think it would take over the garden!

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    • I wish mine would take over my garden as even if we don’t use it all, it has a lovely scent 🙂

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  5. Nice looking dill! I love dill, It’s even good in salads!

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    • I will add some to the next salad I make for sure 🙂

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  6. I love dill but never know how to use it outside of tofu-dill sandwich filling. Which I made all summer, but is pretty much the only time I use dill. I’d never though to eat it with avocado, I feel like that would be a delicious pairing, thanks for the idea!

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    • enjoy! and it is my pleasure 🙂

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  7. What a fun feature!

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    • thanks!

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  8. Love it although it doesn´t seem to like the dry heat we have here. I have to resort to wild fennel tops which are similar, but not quite the same.

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    • fennel also grows wild here but I have none growing in my garden yet as I need to have a dedicated bed for it otherwise it will be all over the place 🙂

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  9. Like fennel, dill is something I only acquired a taste for late in life, now I love it 🙂

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    • it is an acquired taste for sure 🙂

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  10. I like to add dill to several dishes, especially salmon and love its feathery appearance. November is my planting season here and dill will definitely be on the list! I look forward to seeing more of your Wednesday Herb posts!

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  11. Very informative post and it would be great to see your Wednesday Herb posts!! I love dill in many dishes and here I can start a new fresh garden of herbs in November.

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    • I also love Dill – and I will try and keep up the Wednesday posts 🙂

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  12. I love dill and often add it to my creamy salad dressing. Thankfully I don’t really pick up the anise flavour.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • I love dill, but it gets battered by the wind here 🙂

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