Store dill pollen in its tin, away from moisture.
|Cool, Dry Cupboard:
||Up to 2 Years|
|Well-Sealed in Refrigerator:
||Up to 5 Years|
The most common pairing with dill is, of course, fish, particularly salmon. Also try sprinkling dill pollen on potatoes, or using it in your next cucumber dish. Remember, like many fresh herbs, dill pollen should be added near the end of the recipe in order to appreciate the full effect.
Heirloom Tomato Salad with Dill Pollen Recipe