Dill weed is the dried leaf of the dill plant and is found in cuisines all over Europe and Asia. Dill weed has a tangy, almost sour taste that is grassy and fresh. A classic addition to pickle brine, it is also commonly added to yogurt or sour cream for a dip or spread.
To make dill butter, mix 1/2 teaspoon dill weed into 4 tablespoons of salted butter. Spread on toast, use as a condiment in a sandwich or melt over warm roasted potatoes.
0.6 oz jar