Dill is an herb in the celery family which lends distinct flavour to everything from pickles to sauces. Particularly common in Scandinavian cuisine, dill is also a favourite in Greece. Find loads of ways with dill here.
This is an elegant alternative to a cucumber sandwich. Use a mandoline to slice the cucumber for the best presentation.
This is an easy, elegant salmon dish with a yoghurt-dill sauce. It doesn't get much easier. I like it best on summer evenings. Fresh steamed asparagus or green beans go well with this.
A large salmon fillet, seasoned with minced garlic, fresh dill and lemon and steamed in foil while it cooks either in the oven or on the barbecue.
This soured cream dill sauce is great over any fish, especially salmon. You may add more lemon or mustard to suit your taste.
A paste is made with loads of garlic, fresh dill and olive oil. This is rubbed onto salmon fillets and left to marinate for a few hours before you cook them. The herb paste is wonderful with salmon but will work well on halibut or cod too!