Common name : Dill Seeds

Scientific name : Anethumgraveolens

Family : Apiaceae

Native land : South-Western Asia and India

Dill is a hardy annual herb. It is commonly grown for the culinary attributes of its leaves and seeds. The plant grows ordinarily from 2.0 to 2.5 feet high and is very much like fennel. It provides a valuable food source for a butterfly’s larvae and attracts insects as well. The French use Dill seeds for flavouring cakes and pastry, as well as for flavouring sauces. Dill vinegar, however, forms a popular household condiment. It is made by soaking the seeds in vinegar for a few days before using.

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