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What Foods to Use with Dill Seed?

 
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Actually this is a combination of dried Dill Seed, Red Pepper Flakes, Onion Flakes and Coriander ... What foods will this go with?

If I could sift out the Dill Seed, I could use it for pickling.  I have not figured out how to do that.  Actually that combo might work for pickling.

I would rather find other uses for it.

 
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Anne Miller wrote:Actually this is a combination of dried Dill Seed, Red Pepper Flakes, Onion Flakes and Coriander ... What foods will this go with?

If I could sift out the Dill Seed, I could use it for pickling.  I have not figured out how to do that.  Actually that combo might work for pickling.

I would rather find other uses for it.



Sounds like a blend that would be tasty in a three bean salad or variations of a hearty salad.
We make a lentil sprout, garbonzo bean, onion, celery salad that always has cayenne flakes and turmeric and garlic...if I had dill seed and coriander on hand they would go in also.

...or with rice?

I don't see any limits...sounds like a good blend
 
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Anne Miller wrote:Actually this is a combination of dried Dill Seed, Red Pepper Flakes, Onion Flakes and Coriander ... What foods will this go with?

If I could sift out the Dill Seed, I could use it for pickling.  I have not figured out how to do that.  Actually that combo might work for pickling.

I would rather find other uses for it.



That sounds really good. I'd try pickling with that blend just as it is.
 
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Some ideas I would try, adding to salad dressing, grinding it up for a spice rub on meat/poultry, using in a brine for meat/poultry, grinding it up for dip with sour cream and mayonnaise.

I'm sure I can come up with more, but there's a start.
 
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Thanks, everyone for your replies.

These suggestions give me a lot of idea on how to use this mix.  The jar was 18 oz. so I have a lot of it.
 
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I would try bread

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