Top Rated Dill Recipes

Salmon Burgers With Dill Cream Cheese Topping
Chef Richard Blais serves these Salmon Burgers on homemade rolls topped with an "everything" spice mixture of coriander seed, poppy seed, toasted sesame seed, Sicilian sea salt and black pepper.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Dill's refreshing, subtle-sweetness will add a pop of flavor to any dish. Here, it's combined with cucumber, shallots and honey mustard to make a tangy and bright dressing for summer salads, pasta salads and more. This recipe is by Leah Eskin and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune. 
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4.5
No summer cookout is complete without pasta salad, and this recipe is one to boot. In just 15 minutes you'll have a cold dish that your guests will love. Recipe courtesy of Hood
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A unique twist on the traditional egg salad, this is a great recipe to serve during lunch. Just add the egg salad to a piece of toast or use some crackers for dipping.  Recipe courtesy of Eggland's Best
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Planked Salmon With Dill and Lemon recipe - The Daily Meal
If life's gotten away from you and you only have 30 minutes for meal prep, think cedar-planked salmon with dill and lemon zest. Put the cedar planks to soak while you ready the grill and make the dill-lemon zest topping, then grill the salmon for just 10 to 15 minutes. Leftovers, cold, are superb with mayonnaise thinned with freshly-squeezed lemon juice and some capers.This recipe is by Robin Mather, author of "The Feast Nearby" (Ten Speed Press, 2011), a collection of essays and recipes from a year of eating locally on a budget. This recipe was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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4.5
Salmon Pastries with Dill Pesto
If you want a quick, easy and fresh appetizer, look no further than these mini salmon and dill pastries.This recipe is courtesy of Pillsbury.
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4.5
Dill Pickled Green Beans recipe - The Daily Meal
So long as you don't object to your house smelling like vinegar for a few hours, an afternoon spent putting up beans or other fresh vegetables can happily yield a bounty that will last well into the winter. The biggest challenge may be waiting the two weeks for the beans to pickle before eating them.This recipe is by Gene Fisher of Baltimore, Maryland, and was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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Cucumbers
A thick Greek yogurt makes this lighter twist on traditional tzatziki sauce creamy and satisfying with just a few bites. Serve it with grilled or baked salmon, roasted lamb, or chicken.  Click here for more Greek yogurt recipes.
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Lemon Dill Potato Salad With Peas
Take your potato salad to another level with this recipe. This potato salad has every you love in a salad with the addition of dill, lemon zest and peas.This recipe is by Leah Eskin and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Baked Asparagus
Cooking spring asparagus with a little olive oil, salt, pepper, and red chile flakes is delicious on its own (especially with a quick spritz of fresh lemon or lime juice), but top that with a fried egg and fresh herbs and you've really got something. Additionally, you can halve some grape tomatoes and cook them along with the asparagus for an even more flavorful dish.  Click here for Awesome Asparagus Recipes.
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Add a fresh dill flavor to your egg salad with this quick and easy recipe.
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cheese
This recipe is courtesy of Drew Ramsey, MD. for Stonyfield Organic 
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