Dill Nutrition Facts


The herb dill (Anethum graveolens) is used in many dishes in both European and Asian cuisines. The plant, also known as dill weed, has thin stems with alternate soft leaves and brown, flat, oval seeds. Dill seeds are more aromatic than the leaves, with a mild citrus flavor comparable to caraway seeds. The leaves have a pleasant, grassy flavor. Dill is frequently used as a herb and spice to enhance the flavor of numerous foods, and it frequently goes with fish, potatoes, and sauces made of yogurt.

Micronutrients that are beneficial to health are abundant in dill.