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British pronunciation/dˈɪl/
American pronunciation/ˈdɪɫ/
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a scented annual herb of the parsley family used as a culinary or medicinal herb

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What is "dill"?

Dill is a delicate herb with feathery, fern-like leaves and small yellow flowers. It has a fresh, grassy flavor with subtle hints of anise and lemon. Dill is commonly used in cooking to add a bright, aromatic touch to dishes. It is particularly popular in Scandinavian, Eastern European, and Mediterranean cuisines. Dill is often used to flavor pickles, fish, salads, soups, sauces, and dips. It can be used both fresh and dried, although fresh dill tends to have a more vibrant flavor. In addition to its culinary uses, dill is also valued for its medicinal properties and has been used traditionally to aid digestion and soothe upset stomachs.

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aromatic Old World herb having aromatic threadlike foliage and seeds used as seasoning

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The dill seasoning blended perfectly with the creamy sauce of the chicken pasta.
They used dill as a key ingredient in their pickling recipe.
She pickles cucumbers in a vinegar solution with dill and garlic for a tangy snack.
They cured the salmon by covering it with a mixture of salt, sugar, and dill, resulting in a flavorful gravlax.
He cures the salmon by applying a blend of salt, sugar, and dill, allowing it to infuse with flavor before serving it as gravlax.
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