One teaspoon of dried dill equals the same amount of flavor in a tablespoon of chopped fresh dill. To calculate the amount of dried dill to substitute in a particular recipe, cooks should use about one-third of the amoun... More »

Fresh dill can be easily frozen and stays fresh in the freezer for approximately five months. To freeze dill, wash the sprigs in cold water and pat them dry before spreading them on a cookie sheet and placing them in the... More »

To chop fresh dill, remove the delicate foliage and stems from the thick center stem. Discard the stem. Use a sharp chopping knife to mince the foliage, also called dill leaves, to the desired consistency. Dill, which lo... More »

This recipe for ranch oyster crackers calls for an 11-ounce packet of ranch salad dressing and seasoning mix, 1/4 cup vegetable oil, 2.5 tablespoons freshly chopped dill or 1 teaspoon dried dill weed, 1/4 teaspoon lemon ... More » Food Cooking

When measuring materials in the kitchen, ¾ of a teaspoon is equal to ¼ of a tablespoon or approximately 4 milliliters. This is measured by using a ½ teaspoon and a ¼ teaspoon. More »

Use 1/4 teaspoon of ground ginger for each tablespoon of fresh grated ginger as a substitute. If the recipe calls for 1 tablespoon of minced fresh ginger, use 1/2 teaspoon of ground ginger. More »

One teaspoon of water is equal to 5 grams, and 1 tablespoon of water is approximately equivalent to 15 grams. However, grams are used to measure weight, whereas teaspoons and tablespoons measure volume, so these conversi... More »