Ingredients: Organic Caraway Seed
Caraway Seed Organic
Although they are called Caraway “Seeds” - they are actually dried fruit from the caraway plant. Their taste is earthy/nutty, with a hint of citrus, pepper, and mild licorice. They produce a strong aroma and a lingering flavor.
Caraway seeds, also known as meridian fennel and Persian cumin, is native to Central Europe through Asia. Cultivated mainly in Holland, but also Finland, Eastern Europe, Germany, Canada, the United States, and North Africa. During the Middle Ages, people used Caraway Seeds to aid digestion after a feast.
Caraway Seeds are commonly used in baking. One place you may have had them before is toasted on the top of rye bread. They can be added to flavor curries, soups, sausages, vegetables, and brines.
A good source of dietary fiber, vitamins A, E, C and B-complex, as well as minerals like iron, calcium, zinc, and magnesium.
Some simple ideas to start experimenting with Caraway Seeds:
Add to potato salad or coleslaw.
Add a pinch to any tomato-based sauce or soup.
Sprinkle over roasted potatoes or sweet potatoes.
Sprinkle onto baked apples to enhance the flavor.
Add to any recipe that includes cabbage.