Dutch Caraway Seeds
Caraway has a sharp, stimulating aroma and is sometimes confused with fennel or cumin. Its flavor has a nutty, bittersweet sharpness with a hint of citrus and anise. Native to Asia and parts of Europe, we get our caraway seeds from Holland.
Caraway seeds are used in rye and brown breads, crackers, sausages, soups and stews. Cheeses are commonly made with caraway. Chew raw caraway seeds to aid in digestion, promote appetite and sweeten breath.
Flavor of Dutch Caraway Seeds
This seed is sharp, nutty, and bittersweet with citrus and anise notes and pairs well with chives, thyme, cumin, parsley, and dill.
Uses of Dutch Caraway Seeds
Flavor rye and brown breads, crackers, sausages, soups, and stews. Add to coleslaw and potato salad.
Dutch Caraway Seeds Recipe
For 5 T of mix: Crack 1 T caraway seeds and mix with 2 T kosher salt, 1 T paprika, and 1 1/2 t dill weed and pepper