Dill is an herb high in anti-oxidants and dietary fibers. It is rich in iron and helps reduce blood sugar and cholesterol levels. I have found this herb only in certain cities (Mumbai and Bangalore) where locals include it in various dishes, like akki roti, dal, dry subzi, roti, and so on.
Dill has a very distinct and strong flavor and taste, which is not liked by all. So, if your family members do not prefer dill, be careful about the quantity of dill you use for this chutney. Do not use more than a handful. I love this herb and include it in my diet at least twice in a week in the form of subzi or in akki roti. Chutney is a good way of consuming this wonder herb in the raw form and getting maximum benefit from it.
Preparation time: 5 mins
Cooking time: 5 mins
Yield: 2 cups
You could add a tadka of mustard seeds in some oil for more flavor but I liked the flavor of the dill chutney as is.