Dried Dill Herb is a bright, tasty addition to dips and dressings, omelettes, white sauces and soups. Today’s dehydration process keeps the dill weed exceptionally green and flavoursome, making it a colourful addition to many dishes. It is light and sweet, and because of this it is often added to a dish just before serving. The dill herb is popular in Greek, Turkish and Slavic cuisines for dishes containing mushrooms or spinach and casserole. Amongst the German-American population, it is commonly used with poultry, fish, egg and cheese dishes.