This lemon dill seasoning is great on tilapia fillets and other white fish. It's lightly salted, full of dill and lemon flavor and gets its umami from garlic and onion powder.
This dill seasoning is made with dried dill (dill weed), salt, onion and garlic powder and dried lemon zest.
How to make it:
See full ingredients & instructions in the recipe card below!
Step 1. Zest lemons.
Step 2. Let lemon zest dry.
Step 3. Add all ingredients to a mortar.
Step 4. Grind with a pestle.
How to use it:
This dill seasoning is wonderful on tilapia and other white fish. Sprinkle it on the seafood, then roast on a baking sheet in a 400-degree oven with a little bit of vegetable oil. Serve with baked potatoes and salad.
How to store it:
You can store this lemon dill seasoning in a jar at room temperature for a few months.
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Full Printable Recipe
Dill Seasoning Recipe
- measuring spoons
- lemon zester
- parchment or wax paper
- paper towel
- mortar and pestle
- 2 tablespoons lightly packed fresh lemon zest (about 2 large lemons)
- 2 tablespoons dried dill weed
- ½ teaspoon onion powder
- ½ teaspoon garlic powder
- ½ teaspoon salt
- Sprinkle lemon zest onto parchment or wax paper, cover loosely with a paper towel and let sit at room temperature until completely dry (~1 day).*
- Add lemon zest, dill, onion and garlic powder and salt to a mortar and grind with a pestle.
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