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Botanical name: Anethum graveolens

We source Organic Dill Seeds from Egypt and pack it in a Biodegradable, resealable, stand up paper bag.

Dill is a delicate looking annual herb with frond like leaves of the Apiaceae family and is related to Aniseed, Caraway, Chervil, Coriander, Parsley and Carrots. Dill is indigenous to the Mediterranean region and southern Russia.

Dill Seed is flat brown fruit of Dill weed. They are glossy little seeds with crisp, earthy, pungent, Caraway like flavour with a slight bite. Dill seed is popular in German, Indian, Asian, Russian and Scandinavian cuisine. Dill seeds can be added at the beginning of the cooking process for a mellower flavour or towards the end to retain the seeds' pungency.

Dill Seeds can be used whole or crushed and as seasoning or condiments. Dill Seeds can be toasted, fried, or cooked in broths. Dill seed is commonly used to flavour chutneys, bread, legumes, pickles, pork roasts, salad dressings, soups, vegetable dishes and vinegar. Dill Seed is good with cabbage, cucumber, eggplants, onion, potatoes and pumpkin and can also be sprinkled over casseroles before baking. Dill Seed is really good to cut the overly rich flavours of cream based pureed soups and to cover up undesirable flavours in gamey meats or sulphurous cabbages.

Dill Seed pairs well with Chili Powder, Coriander Seed, Cumin, Garlic, Ginger, Mustard Seed and Turmeric.

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Botanical name: Anethum graveolens

We source Organic Dill Seeds from Egypt and pack it in a Biodegradable, resealable, stand up paper bag.

Dill is a delicate looking annual herb with frond like leaves of the Apiaceae family and is related to Aniseed, Caraway, Chervil, Coriander, Parsley and Carrots. Dill is indigenous to the Mediterranean region and southern Russia.

Dill Seed is flat brown fruit of Dill weed. They are glossy little seeds with crisp, earthy, pungent, Caraway like flavour with a slight bite. Dill seed is popular in German, Indian, Asian, Russian and Scandinavian cuisine. Dill seeds can be added at the beginning of the cooking process for a mellower flavour or towards the end to retain the seeds' pungency.

Dill Seeds can be used whole or crushed and as seasoning or condiments. Dill Seeds can be toasted, fried, or cooked in broths. Dill seed is commonly used to flavour chutneys, bread, legumes, pickles, pork roasts, salad dressings, soups, vegetable dishes and vinegar. Dill Seed is good with cabbage, cucumber, eggplants, onion, potatoes and pumpkin and can also be sprinkled over casseroles before baking. Dill Seed is really good to cut the overly rich flavours of cream based pureed soups and to cover up undesirable flavours in gamey meats or sulphurous cabbages.

Dill Seed pairs well with Chili Powder, Coriander Seed, Cumin, Garlic, Ginger, Mustard Seed and Turmeric.

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