Caraway Seeds


Caraway Seed, similar to Cumin but with slightly bitter notes, goes well with the flavors of apples, cabbage, duck, pork, and onion. Combine it with Juniper to make sauerkraut or use it to enhance the flavor of a classic coleslaw. A key ingredient in North African cuisine, combine it with Coriander Seed, Garlic Powder, and Chili Powder to make a Tunisian Tabil spice blend, a versatile seasoning for stews, vegetables, and meat dishes. It's important to remember that Caraway Seed should always be added in the final minutes of cooking, so that the bitter flavor remains balanced.

Try these recipes: Lentil Soup with Caraway and Minted Yogurt,  Shakshuka 

Country of Origin: Netherlands

Net Wt. 1.1 oz (1/4 cup jar), 2.2 oz. (1/2 cup jar), 4.0 oz. (polybag), 8.0 oz. (large polybag)