Dillweed, Soya Herb

Abesón | dill | dillweed | anethum graveolens

What is Dill called in Spanish? Abesón (Anethum graveolens) is the Spanish name for Dill (Abesón).

Abesón or Dill is an annual herb in the Apiaceae (Celery family). It is the only species in the genus Anethum.

Abesón or Dill is grown widely in Eurasia, where its leaves and seeds are used as an herb or spice for flavouring food.

Dill immediately brings to mind dill pickles and potato salad today, but it has had a place for centuries in cuisines throughout Europe and Asia.

Dill leaves are known as the dill weed herb, while dill seed is used as a spice. Fresh dill is in season in spring and early summer.

You will find dried dill weed sold in the spice section of the supermarket, but the flavour is a pale substitute for fresh dill weed.

Must Read: Uses & Health Benefits of Abesón or Dill

Find out and read through a list of not to be missed Abesón articles and recipes in this section for you to make and enjoy with your family and friends. To buy Dill, please use the links below.

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