Caraway Seeds - 90g pottle
Did You Know?
- The caraway plant is an erect, biennial herb with a thick, spindle-shaped tap root. It has hollow stems and deeply divided fern-like leaves with a mild dill-parsley flavour.
- The tiny, white to pink flowers grow in umbels, and are followed by aromatic 5-ribbed fruits.
- The whole plant is edible.
- The root can be cooked as a vegetable, and the young, flavourful leaves can be used in soups, salads or as a seasoning.
- The crescent-shaped caraway seeds have a sweet, warm and aromatic taste and flavour.
- The seeds are popular in the cuisines of Northern and Eastern Europe and used in bread, cheese, cheese spread, goulash, sauerkraut, sausages, cooked apples and salad dressings.
- Oil of caraway seeds is an important ingredient in a number of Danish aquavits and also in liqueurs such as the German liqueur Kümmel.
- The caraway seed oil is also used in herbal remedies and dietary supplements.