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Milk Kefir Dill Dip

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Adjust Servings:
3 Tablespoons of dill fresh or dry and minced
2 cups of milk kefir prepared ahead of time
1 clove of garlic minced
2 Tablespoons of lemon juice
Salt to taste sea salt works best for this recipe.

Milk Kefir Dill Dip


    The next time you need to bring a dip to a party, this recipe is super easy to fix and will create a balanced taste in all things. Add it to chips, crackers, breads, and more.

    • 35 Minutes
    • Serves 2
    • Medium




    Dill is an herb that is easy to grow and easy to find. Fresh dill is easy to locate in a grocery store or in your garden. If you like the taste of dill, you will want to prepare this recipe to use as a dip for many dishes you use to entertain with.

    The benefits of consuming dill is often overlooked. Here is what dill can do for the body:

    • Aids in digestion – the essential oils found in dill can cause the digestive juices and bile to activate and create enough to digest food and make bowel movements regular.
    • Aids in sleeping – if you have trouble falling asleep, dill may be the answer. Certain vitamins found in dill, such as the B complex, can cause certain enzymes to enhance the calming mood which can help to put you to sleep or at least calm you down enough to drift off to sleep.
    • Diabetes – if you have diabetes, consuming dill can help you to keep your insulin levels under control.
    • Gas – If you suffer from excess gas, consuming dill can help prevent the build up. Carminative is found in dill and its job is to direct gas down toward the digestive tract so it can exit the body and avoid build up.
    • Immune system – these days, everyone want to do whatever they can to reduce the chances of infections and diseases. Consuming dill an be one of those ways. Because dill has antimicrobial activity it can reduce the chances of an infection beginning whether in a small cut on the outside of the skin to an inside infection starting.
    • Hiccups – as an adult, hiccups can be annoying and sometimes painful as the air gets trapped in the food pipe. Consuming dill when you eat can reduce the chance of this gas getting trapped, which can decrease the amount of times you end up with the hiccups.
    • If you suffer from arthritis, dill may be able to help because of its anti-inflammatory contents.

    When you combine the delicious and obvious beneficial dill together, you get a healthy dip that is bursting full of flavor. You will need to prepare two cups of milk kefir to make this recipe. You can find an easy recipe for milk kefir here.

     For this recipe, you will need:

    • 3 Tablespoons of dill, fresh or dry and minced
    • 2 Cups of milk kefir, prepared ahead of time
    • 1 Clove of garlic, minced
    • 2 Tablespoons of lemon juice

    Salt to taste, sea salt works best for this recipe.

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    2 minutes

    Prepare the Ingredients

    Mince the dill and garlic and set aside. Measure out enough lemon juice and milk kefir needed for this recipe. Leave the salt shaker beside the ingredients so you can add it once you get it combined.

    2 minutes

    Mix it up

    Place the dill, garlic, lemon juice, and milk kefir inside of a mixing bowl and stir to combine thoroughly. Add the right amount of salt to suit your taste.

    1 minute

    Cover it up

    Cover up the bowl and place it inside the refrigerator.

    30 minutes


    Allow the mixture to set in the cool refrigerator for 30 minutes.


    Serve immediately or leave it in the refrigerator.


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