Dill weed and dill seed, from the same plant, are popular seasonings. Although the flavor is similar, dill seed is stronger and is therefore used in pickles and other strong-flavored dishes. Dill weed, which is more delicate, is used as a more subtle seasoning. Dill weed is popular in dressings, as a garnish for sauces and on vegetables, especially potatoes. It blends well with lemon and is great on fish.
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