Caraway has a strong, pronounced spicy-sweet aroma. It tastes like anise - sharp, pungent and bitter, it is no coincidence that this plant is popularly known as "wild anise".
Caraway can be used in the relief of digestive complaints such as gas and bloating.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Netherlands
INGREDIENTS: Caraway seeds 100%
ALLERGENS: No known allergens.
Packed on premises that handles nuts (including peanuts), sesame, products containing dairy, soya and products containing gluten.
STORAGE: Cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
HOW TO ENJOY
Use to flavour meats in a marinate or to create an aromatic Za'atar.
Caraway is often found in curries. Fans of spicy aromas add caraway seeds to marinades, preserved vegetable, pickled apples, to homemade alcoholic drinks and beer, and use it when salting homemade bacon. Caraway is very popular in German and Czech cuisine. For example, in the recipe of the famous baked pork (schweinebrateri), there is certainly a seasoning from a mixture of caraway and garlic. Caraway can be used to flavor grilled dishes (lamb, chicken), as well as goulash, meat stew, boiled potatoes (caraway is added to hot dishes 15-20 minutes before the end of cooking), even cottage cheese... It goes well with rice and beans. Caraway has proven itself well among bakers and confectioners. The seeds are added to improved rye and wheat breads.