Cream of Asparagus Soup with a Dill Pollen Twist
Dill pollen is hand-collected from California-grown dill plants at peak blossom. Dill pollen can be used in any recipe that calls for dill weed or dill seed. However, the pollen's flavor is far more nuanced and complex than the other two. Dill pollen's flavor is more concentrated, floral, minty, and sweet. This powerful spice should be used sparingly, as a little goes a long way. We love it with seafood, salads, cream sauces, and even ice cream! Ingredients: Dill pollen.
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I love Dill!! Decided to try this because (fresh)dill is so fragile and short lived....but, it's not quite the same. Has a much "earthier" taste...? Still does the job, though....so, I'm happy to keep it on hand! :)
Makes great ice cream using your recipe
This dill pollen is INCREDIBLE! It’s so fresh and so bright! I made the asparagus and dill pollen soup from here and it’s just amazing!