The caraway plant is a biennial which grows wild all over Europe and as far East as India, although most of the commercial crop comes from the Netherlands. It has a slightly bitter licorice like flavor. Caraway seeds are used in a variety of foods, including breads and cakes, cheeses and cheese dishes, and in many Hungarian recipes. It is often used in pork and sausage recipes.
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Caraway Seeds Carry You Away
By: Jay Lustgarten - Westerly, RI May 15, 2012
Breads and potatoes consistently deliver a filling, satisfied feeling but often need a flavor enhancer to help the taste keep up with the satisfaction. Caraway seeds adda tasty, versatile not overpowering enhancer good any time of day at any meal - an ideal topping or additive on grilled/toasted cheese.
By: Harriett Seckinger - Clyo, GA Aug 26, 2012
I like having these on hand when I need them to bake with. The pint size or even larger is a good size to have. I received excellent service from Spices Etc.
By: Hal Taylor - Massapequa, NY Oct 24, 2015
I bake about 4 loaves of Irish Soda bread a week. I've taught about six of my grand kids how to make the Soda Bread and they love it and the larger containers of Caraway Seeds come in handy and I appreciate the Paprika !