How much dried dill equals fresh dill?


One teaspoon of dried dill equals the same amount of flavor in a tablespoon of chopped fresh dill. To calculate the amount of dried dill to substitute in a particular recipe, cooks should use about one-third of the amount of fresh dill that is recommended.

The dried version of dill is often referred to as dill weed, and it is a different product than dill seed, which is used as a pickling spice. Both dried and fresh dill lose some of their intense flavor as they cook, so cooks should toss the herb into the dish near the end of the cooking time.

Q&A Related to "How much dried dill equals fresh dill?"
1. Cut the dill at the stem with pruning shears. Cut as much as you plan to dry. 2. Gather the stems without flowers into a bunch and tie them with string. For seeds, gather the dill
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Assuming that you mean dried dill weed, you won't get as much flavor but you could use about 1/4 teaspoon dried dill weed to equal a four-inch sprig of dill.
A dill head is the part of the plant from where the stem branches out into thread fine stems ending in flowers. Cut it just below where it branches out.
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