According to Food Subs, dill seed and dill weed are not ideal substitutes for one another. Although dill seed and dill weed are from the same plant, they taste different. Dill seed is more pungent than dill weed.
Dill seed is ideal for use in breads, to flavor root vegetables and to add flavor to vinegar. Dill seeds are also used to make pickles. Dill weed is ideal for use in stews, to flavor fish and to add flavor to dips. According to Mother Earth Living, caraway seeds taste similar to dill seeds and can be interchanged in many recipes.Learn More
Evaporated milk with vanilla extract can be used in place of heavy cream. The milk should be chilled first, after which the vanilla extract can be added until the desired taste is achieved. This substitute works well for cream soup recipes.Full Answer >
Rosemary with lemon juice can be used as a substitute for juniper berries when cooking. Both juniper berries and rosemary have a pine-like taste. Juniper berries have a more citrus taste than rosemary, so lemon juice needs to be added to rosemary to compensate for this flavor difference.Full Answer >
One-fourth of a cup of dry bread crumbs is equal to one slice of bread. One-third cup of fresh bread crumbs is equal to a single slice of bread.Full Answer >
Cream, whole milk mixed with half-and-half and buttermilk are all possible substitutes for evaporated milk. Whole milk can also be reduced to create homemade evaporated milk.Full Answer >