Last night for dinner I had the best leftovers and trickled a little Dill Sauce over them. Of course you’re saying to yourself, “She made the dish in the first place, of course she thinks the left overs are the best.” Okay, maybe, but I thought they were the best because there were actually leftovers to eat, in this house a rarity. Don’t tell my husband I said that, he’s my garbage disposal, that’s why we rarely have leftovers. Do you have some big eaters in your family?
I drizzled the Dill Sauce over my salad I tossed together with the leftover salmon. Living in the Pacific Northwest we can come by Wild Alaskan Salmon pretty easily. We appreciate the fact that we are able to indulge in it on a frequent basis. When I eat salmon I like to top it with Kale Basil Pesto, but I needed something a little different for this salad, and Dill sauce seemed like just the ticket. Besides, I had just bought this cute little green cup and needed to fill it with something and Dill sauce seemed like just the thing. Just kidding, Dill and Salmon go great together.
I can’t believe the summer is almost over, again it has just zoomed by. This is one of the busiest summers I have ever had and thus the faster it seemed to go by. Filled with so many different trips, family, and friends, keeping up with our kids, and grandson too, out-of-town guests, the list goes on. Now it is September which is usually an extension of summer in the Pacific Northwest, however we spend most of our June in rain coats, so our season is just a little off from most other areas of the country. We took a trip to the coast, endless amount of trips to Seattle and now we’re appreciating the last of our warm weather close to home. It will be Fall before we know it, but I’m going to make the most out of these last couple weeks of summer while we can.
Dill Sauce isn’t just limited to being used on fish, dip some crisp celery and carrots in it, or blanched asparagus. Slather it over your favorite “burger” be it bean or beef. Any which way you decide to partake of it, I’m sure you will be glad you did. Share the ways you put this Dill Sauce into your menu.
Prep Time: 15 minutes