Dill leaves(Anethum graveolens) also known as Sua or Soa in North India and Shepu in Western states is the annual herb that belongs to Celery family. Dill leaves are primarily grown in Eurasia. In India it is available in abundance in Northern India and is a cultivated crop of cold weather.
While in western countries dill seeds and leaves are used for garnishing and flavour, in India they are used as a major ingredient in variety of recipes across different states in combination with other vegetables and in blend with pulses.Let us look at a simple and authentic Maharashtrian recipe with Dill which goes well for meals along with Indian breads like Roti or Chapati.
1 cup of cooked bhaji or sabzi contains:
Consuming Dill along with other nutrition rich food, pregnant mothers can help achieve good amount of milk when they express using breast pump and also avoid weight gain. One must try this recipe, it is sure to tickle your taste buds and your milk glands.
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