This is an easy way to make your salmon have a new flavor that is unlike any other. Dill pollen is aromatic and full of flavor. Just 1 tablespoon is equivalent to 3 stalks or front of the dill plant. You could crush up seeds but then you get this gritty texture that gets in the teeth. We love the pollen as it has a soft chewy texture that is pleasant to the taste buds.
Mayonnaise has never tasted better as a dip that with dill pollen. It soaks up and becomes more aromatic and flavorful as it sits and in time will astound your family or guest. A personal favorite for this is with salmon slow cooked in an oven with butter, lemon juice, andsome fresh fennel fronds. Of course there is no limit, as the kids love it as a dip for cucumbers and celery.