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Dill tips

Anethum graveolens

Dill tips

Anethum graveolens

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Dill tips for a refined, warm aroma


Dill tips is a fresh herb that you can use in many dishes. They are the very finest leaves of the dill plant and are often used in Scandinavia, but also in other parts of Europe. Not only can dill tips be used in many ways in the kitchen, they also have a medicinal effect. You can order them online at Natural Spices in a package of 150 grams, 1 kilo or 10 kilos. After buying they should be stored in a dry place, out of direct sunlight.



The taste of dill tips


Dill is related to parsley and therefore shows strong similarities to this herb in terms of taste. Dill tips also resemble anise and celery and you tastes notes of fennel. The fresh and lemony aroma has a mild, refined taste. In some recipes you can use it instead of parsley. It is especially popular in fish dishes. However, you should only add dill tips at the end of the cooking process, otherwise they will lose their flavour.



What do you use dill-tops for?


Dill tips are often used in fish dishes. Gravad lax or marinated salmon is perhaps the best known example of this. The herb also goes well with other fish species such as cod. In addition to fish, it goes well with other dishes such as beets, egg dishes and fried potatoes. In addition, dill tops are an indispensable herb in making a cucumber salad, Greek tzatziki and various cream sauces.



The benefits for your health


Dill and therefore dill tips also have a medicinal effect. The herb is rich in vitamin C and has higher concentrations of other vitamins than most other herbs. It is rich in minerals such as calcium, potassium and iron. Further, it is known to reduce flatulence, abdominal pain and digestive problems. By the way, the herb is often confused with fennel. Although the two have a similar medicinal effect, their taste profiles cannot be compared.

Nutritional values per 100 grams

Energy1059,46 kJ
Energy253 kcal
Fat4,4 gram
of which saturated fatty acids0 gram
Carbohydrates55,8 gram
of which sugars0 gram
Protein20 gram
Fibre13,8 gram
Salt0 gram
  • UsageDepending on application.
  • Ingredientsdill
  • Country of originGermany

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