This herb is best known for its use in Scandinavian cooking – gravadlax for example – or in commercially pickled cucumbers, where the leafy heads and the seeds are used.
The seeds have to be planted annually, but grow very easily; the feathery leaves have a sharp, aromatic flavour. Chopped, they are good in sauces for fish, or added to butter to melt over.
Dill goes particularly well with soured cream dressings or sauces and has a great affinity with cucumber.
Doesn’t this gorgeous salmon recipe look indulgent? The good news is that it’s a real doddle to make, with a buttery shallot sauce that adds to the wow factor! Perfect for a special occasion…
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