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.
You've hooked a prizewinning catch with this one! Supper for four in just 20 minutes – fresh salmon fillets topped with creamy cucumber and fresh dill sauce. And it's oh-so-good for you.
A simple baked salmon dish. You can also sprinkle 1 or 2 tablespoons of lemon juice over the salmon before or after you cook it.
This is perfect for a sunny weekend barbecued lunch in the garden. Tastes great hot or cold.
This creamy prawn salad with dill is a delicious sandwich filler.
This whole baked salmon with a dill and watercress mousse is perfect for a large exquisite banquet. Perfect for special occasions like Christmas, this dish breaks away from the traditional somewhat, yet celebrates itself in total glamorous style.
Peas are normally considered a side dish, but in Greece it is common to eat a plate full of vegetables as a main. This traditional way of cooking peas, called Arakas Latheros, is so satisfying yet healthy - not to mention easy - it will most certainly become a favourite. Serve with crusty bread and feta for the ultimate meat-free meal!
Delicious low-fat, simple-to-make soup, suitable for a light supper or starter. Veggie friendly.
An easy, fresh tasting creamy dill dip - great with crunchy vegetables.
I ate this salad at a friend's house the other day and asked for the recipe immediately. It's quick to make, tastes delicious and is a fantastic way to enjoy fresh dill. Stunning when served with salmon.
This is an incredibly moist and tender loaf of bread. It's flavoured with dill seeds and dried onion. Enjoy freshly baked with lashings of butter.