A seasoning that may be made with wine or vinegar, dill, salt, garlic, possibly sour cream, mayonnaise, butter, and combinations of other ingredients. Depending on the consistency desired, dill sauce may be rich and creamy in appearance as well as texture, or mild flavored and light textured in consistency if made as a lighter, amber colored sauce. The creamy version is a sauce commonly used as a salad dressing or topping for meats and fish, such as grilled or roasted salmon. The lighter dill sauce is most often used as a marinade or cooking sauce for meats, seafood’s, fish, poultry, and vegetables, adding an ingredient that enhances the flavor of the foods being prepared.
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