Dill is an herb mostly commonly associated with Germany, Scandinavia, and Western Europe. It’s also popular as far as Turkey and even Vietnam. Its responsible for the distinct flavor of dill pickles.
Dried dill has a fresh, herbal aroma that recalls parsley, fennel, and caraway. It has a less pronounced anise flavor than fresh dill.
Dried Dill leaves are a great way to flavor salad dressings, egg dishes, or any kind of poultry. Dill really shines on fish and seafood. It’s the ideal herb for flavoring a dip made with yogurt or sour cream. Dried dill is also a great way to flavor soups, pickles, and vegetables of all sorts.