If you love the flavor of dill, there is no doubt that you will enjoy the flavor of dill oil! Perfect for use in the kitchen, dill oil can add a flavorful layer to many of your favorite dishes. Outside of the kitchen, dill oil can be used to help with common ailments. Making your own dill oil can be easy, and the end result is a new oil that you will be anxious to use. Take a peek below at How to Use Dill Oil throughout the kitchen and home.
How to Make Dill Oil
To begin, let’s talk about how to make your own dill oil. I should warn you that making dill oil can be a lengthy process that requires patience, but making your own is quite cost effective. To make your own dill oil, you will need to mix 1/2 cup of dill leaves with 2 cups of basic olive oil. Mix the two ingredients together, taking care to press and crush the leaves to release the oils. Place the mixture in an air tight jar and store on a counter top for two weeks. See? Patience is required. This is the time the oil needs to mix and meld and get the adequate flavor.