Dill leaves and seeds are often used in sauces to accompany fish recipes or as a garnish on soups and stews. Or why not try making your own dill pickles?
Delicious low-fat simple-to-make soup, suitable for a light dinner or entree. Puree as smooth as you like.
Smoked salmon is blended into a creamy spread for crackers or bread. Great for finger food or snacks. Watch the video to get more party food ideas for smoked salmon.
Baking salmon with a small amount of liquid and shallots produces exceptionally moist and succulent results. The creamy sauce is a cinch to make, with a base of low-fat yogurt and horseradish cream and brightened with fresh herbs and lemon.
An easy, fresh tasting dip which is delicious with crunchy vegetables or with fried meats such as chicken. Simple to make.
It doesn't get simpler than this! Poach your salmon fillets in hot chicken stock with dill for flavour and you'll come back for more.
Salmon fillets are bathed in a paste of garlic, dill and olive oil before being baked in the oven to create a mouth watering fish dinner.
These stuffed vine leaves are stuffed with a tantalizing mixture of rice, fresh dill, mint and lemon. You can use any damaged or leftover leaves to cover the bottom of the pot when you are cooking the dolmades.
A simple but delicious fresh potato salad with fresh dill and spring onions. Your loved ones will not be disappointed if you turn up at a BBQ with this delight!
When you put a lot of effort into a main you want an easy side dish that tastes great but isn't too much effort, this is it.
This recipe makes lovely cucumber pickles with fresh dill. It makes a large quantity so it's ideal for giving as gifts.