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dill weed (fresh or dried)
Dill weed is the fresh or dried feathery leaves of a plant in the celery family
Dill (Anethum graveolens) is an annual herb in the celery family Apiaceae. It is the only species in the genus Anethum. Dill is grown widely in Eurasia, where its leaves as dill weed (herb) and seeds (spice) are used as a flavouring for food.
Dill weed belongs to the same family of herbs as cumin, caraway, coriander/cilantro, fernleaf dill, anise, and fennel.
I really should have focused on the presentation, rather than the science experiment aspect of this treatment. Ever since I first made this recipe, I can't get enough of it. A ceviche uses the acidity of the citrus to "cook" the fish without using heat. The result is a refreshing preparation...
Baked Chicken with Dill and Paprika
There are quite a few chicken and paprika recipes - probably evolving from Hungarian recipes using sour cream and paprika. But here is what I did, using creme fraiche instead of sour cream and lots of dill. I used unsmoked paprika because I didn't want...
I have been eating this recipe for years. It is a nice thick soup that needs to be served completely pureed. It is best made in advance and allowed to mature because of the herbs and spices involved and it is lovely and warming. Serve with some nice wholesome fresh bread if you can.