Dill seeds are the small, oval-shaped seeds from the dill plant. They are native to Southwest Asia and the Mediterranean region and are widely used in cooking and herbal medicine. Dill seeds are light brown in color with a strong, distinct flavor that is both sweet and slightly bitter. They have a warm, citrusy aroma that is similar to caraway seeds.
Dill seeds are commonly used in pickling and seasoning dishes such as soups, stews, and vegetables. They are also used in making sauces and marinades.
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Product Data Sheet
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Dill seeds are the small, oval-shaped seeds of the dill plant. They have a light brown color and a distinct aromatic flavor. Dill seeds are commonly used as a spice in cooking and pickling. They add a tangy and slightly sweet flavor to various dishes
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Storage and shelf life
Store dill seeds in an airtight container in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. When stored properly, they can maintain their quality for up to two years.
Tangy and slightly sweet
Aromatic and herbal
Small, oval-shaped seeds with a smooth surface
Light brown seeds
Frequently Asked Questions
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Dill seeds are commonly used as a spice in pickling, seasoning soups, stews, vegetables, sauces, and marinades.
Yes, dill seeds are also used in the cosmetic industry as a natural fragrance for soaps, lotions, and perfumes.
Yes, dill seeds are considered healthy as they contain essential oils, antioxidants, and minerals.
While dill seeds are generally safe in culinary amounts, excessive consumption should be avoided to prevent potential digestive issues.
Dill seeds have been traditionally used to aid digestion and promote overall well-being.
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