Thursday, July 7, 2011

Freezing Dill

The dill has sprouted up all over the garden.  Time to save some of that dilliciousness for the winter.  My preferred method is freezing. Last year, I tried drying dill , but I found the flavour just doesn't come through the same as when I freeze it.  So this year, I'll skip drying it all together.

Freezing is simple and we use it for up to 10 months in sauces, dips and other recipes calling for dill.
pile of dill ready for washing
air drying on a towel
removing large stems
chopping to desired size
in a freezer container, sprinkle out as needed
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