Dill seed
British pronunciation/dˈɪl sˈiːd/
American pronunciation/dˈɪl sˈiːd/

the small, oval-shaped seeds of the dill plant, commonly used as a spice in cooking

What is "dill seed"?


Dill seed is a spice derived from the dried seeds of the dill plant, which is also known for its aromatic leaves used as an herb. Dill seeds have a warm, slightly bitter flavor with hints of lemon, distinct from the fresh leaves of the plant. They are commonly used in cooking, particularly in European and Middle Eastern cuisines, where they add a unique and savory flavor to a variety of dishes. Dill seeds are often used to flavor pickles, as well as soups, stews, sauces, and breads. They are also used as a seasoning for fish, poultry, and vegetables, adding depth and complexity to recipes. Additionally, dill seeds are valued for their potential health benefits and have been used in traditional medicine to aid digestion, soothe stomach issues, and freshen breath.

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