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Dill seed is not a good substitute for fresh dill weed because of the difference in flavor strength but it does depend on the recipe. The seed has a camphorous, slightly bitter flavor, and the weed has a delicate flavor. The differences are like night and day.
If you must substitute, see below:
Do you know how much dill seed is equivalent to one head of fresh dill?? I am going to make pickles, and fresh dill is not available. Thanks in advance for your help. – Judith Cartwright (8/22/01)
3 heads dill = 1 tablespoon dill seed
1/2 ounce dill seed = 1/2 cup fresh dill
3- to 5-inch sprig of fresh dill = 1/4 teaspoon of dried dill weed.
As chervil works exceptionally well in egg dishes, substituting dill weed in those dishes will chervil will only do you good.
Chervil is a very delicate herb, just like dill. Related to the parsley family, this herb has a very mellow flavor.
Your dishes will turn out equally as delicious with these five dill weed substitutes.
The good thing about parsley is that it is not a seasonal herb and is available all year round.
Tarragon has a unique flavor profile. It is bitter and sweet at the same time and is described to taste like licorice.