DEPENDS ON BRINE BUT ALWAYS A DILL, NOT KOSHER. IT IS A TINY GHERKIN PICKLE.
Dill pickles are the best invention ever made! If you haven't tried one you should!
dill,sweet,bread and butter,Candied Pickle,German-Style Dill Pickle,Gherkin,Half Sour Pickle,kosher dill,Sour Pickle, spicey
You can call a pickle who draw it a joke a sweet dill.
He says him and Jem were making sweet love.
I have heard this and maybe you can try it too. When you cave sweets eat a dill pickle. My wife swears by it
Mayonnaise; coarsely chopped dill pickles (a bit chunkier than dill relish - sweet relish is not in the recipe); very fine chopped sweet onion - not much onion - just a tiny amount; a bit of salt (optional)
Cucumbers (correct spelling) are the base vegetable used to make what we think of as pickles. They can be made sweet or "dill" based on the ingredients used with the base of vinegar that is the brine used to "pickle" the cucumber. Other vegetables can also be pickeled the same way. Sweet pickles have sugar and spices like cloves and corriander while dill pickles eliminate the sugar and use dill weed and dill seed in the mix.
The major types are dill, sweet, and bread and butter. Other classifications include kosher and gherkin.
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If fresh dill is not available you can used dried dill. I teaspoon dried dill is equal to 1 Tablespoon fresh dill.
DILL PICKLE are you kidding no a dill pickle is not a drug
About 3/4 teaspoon of dill seed equals and average head of dill
1 teaspoon of dried dill = 1 sprig of dill
A dill recipe is one that calls for using dill as an ingredient. It doesn't necessarily have anything to do with pickles or fish. It would depend if the recipe was calling for a dill relish, dill pickle or just for dill. If dill is called for then the recipe is referring to an herb.
Phyllis Dill goes by Dill Pickle.
You can substitute 1 tablespoon dill seed for 3 dill heads. The flavor will be less pungent than if you use fresh dill.
You didn't specify dill, sweet, bread & butter, etc., but I'll answer for dill pickles, the most popular type of pickle, and probably the one you meant.Besides cucumbers (the main ingredient) all dill pickles have water, vinegar and salt as primary brine ingredients, as well as some form and combination of dill as a spice. - sprigs of dill (leaves), dill seed (different than the leaves or sprigs, more like a spice than an herb), dill flowers (the head of dill where the seeds eventually come from).In addition, here are some other ingredients that are commonly found in dill pickles:Sugar, or high fructose corn syrup (small amount)GarlicOnionPeppercornsMustard seedCelery seedCayenne pepperAllspiceAlumTurmericBay leaf
What is the dry equivalent to a head of dill?
dill is used for pickles
Dill symbolises innocence
They do. If they don't have dill in the brining liquid they are just plain "pickles".
Dill gets sick because he is not used to the Rasism like Scout and Dill.
The population of Lahn-Dill-Kreis is 263,054.
i have a recipe that requires 1 head of dill but i only have dill weed. can i substitute with the same results and what is the equivalent?