The dill plant (Anethum graveolens) provides feathery green leaves for the dill weed herb, while the flat, oval fruits make the dill seed spice.
Dill tastes grassy with a bit of anise-like licorice flavor. Be aware that once the weather turns hot, dill plants flower or “bolt.” This bolting changes the flavor of the leaves, making them less aromatic and more bitter. Dill seed tastes like a mild version of caraway.
Because it has such a unique taste, a small amount of dill can go a long way, which is why dill is so good to use as a garnish. The feathery texture of dill leaves looks beautiful and a small sprig of dill can add a noticeable aroma to a dish. Dill is also good in salads and is the key ingredient, along with buttermilk, in giving homemade ranch dressing its unique flavor.
Benefits of Dill:
Dill weed provides a small amount of calcium, manganese, and vitamins A and C, in addition to fiber and phytonutrients1. Many cultures cultivated dill for medicinal qualities, particularly its ability to soothe an ailing stomach. Today, alternative medicine practitioners sometimes list benefits of dill seed as a breath freshener, having anti-bacterial properties, and alleviating colic
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