With a tart and savoury zing it taste a bit like anise, cumin and fennel.
Bushy appearance. Greenish-blue fronds similar in appearance to fennel fronds.
Native to Middle East and Southern Europe.
Adds Wonderful Flavour to
Keeps you Healthy & Fresh
1. Calming effect (Vitamin C)
2. Natural digestive aid & antacid (Calcium)
3. Local-anesthetic & anti-septic (Vitamin A)
4. Reduce blood sugar levels (Vitamin B11)
5. Natural antibiotic (Vitamin B2)
Source: USDA National Nutrient data base
Dill Top Tips for Winter
Mix a little chopped fresh dill into cream cheese. A smear of that on your toasted bagel in the morning can make a delicious breakfast.
Roast with potato wedges and salt in 425 oven for 25 minutes.
Mix with sour cream or yogurt and serve as a dip with part boiled new baby potatoes.