Dill is an herb mostly commonly associated with Northern and Western Europe. Dried dill has a fresh, herbal aroma that recalls parsley, fennel, and caraway. It has a less pronounced anise flavor than fresh dill.
Dried Dill leaves are a great way to flavor salad dressings, egg dishes, any kind of poultry, but really shines on fish and seafood. It’s the ideal herb for flavoring a dip made with yogurt or sour cream. Dried dill is also a great way to flavor soups, pickles, and vegetables of all sorts.