Storage: Store dry dill fronds in a storage bag in the fridge. Dill degrades fast in the presence of moisture, so adding a paper towel to the bag to absorb condensation can extend storage life. Dill can also be dried and stored in an air-tight jar. Freeze dill chopped roughly and covered with some water to prevent freezer burn.
Uses: Dill pairs well with cucumbers, cabbage and green beans.
- Dilled Zucchini
- Fettuccine with Smoked Salmon and Dill
- Russian Cabbage Borscht
- Russian Soured Cabbage
- Swedish Cucumber Salad
- Turnips Marinated in Dill Dressing