Is your garden dill going crazy too?
Also known by its botanical name – Peucedanum graveolens – dill is a member of the Apiaceae family, which also includes carrots, celery, parsley and yarrow. It’s probably most recognizable as the primary flavor in dill pickles and ranch dressing, but the feathery aromatic leaves can also add a little herbal magic to potato dishes, eggs, fish, chicken and so much more.
Keep reading to learn how to make a dill dip spice mix that’s so easy to make in advance and whip up at a moment’s notice for impromptu gatherings and “surprise” houseguests alike! ??
- 3 T dill, dried
- 7 T parsley, dried
- 7 T onion flakes, dried
- 1 T salt
- 1 tsp guar gum (optional)
- Powder everything
- Blend well and store
- Use approximately 1-1/2 T per cup sour cream or plain greek yogurt (or a blend of the two)
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