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Caraway seeds 50g

Caraway seeds small, brown seeds that come from the caraway plant, a member of the carrot family. They have a nutty and slightly sweet flavor with a hint of licorice. Caraway seeds are widely used in cooking and baking, especially in European and Middle Eastern cuisines.

Some possible ways to use Caraway seeds are:
  • As a baking spice: You can use caraway seeds to add flavor and aroma to breads, cakes, cookies, or pies. Caraway seeds are commonly found in rye bread, seed cake, and Irish soda bread. To use caraway seeds in baking, you can either mix them with the dry ingredients or sprinkle them on top of the dough before baking.
  • As a cooking spice: You can use caraway seeds to add flavor and aroma to meat dishes, soups, stews, curries, or sauces. Caraway seeds pair well with pork, cabbage, potatoes, and cheese. To use caraway seeds in cooking, you can either add them whole or crush them slightly before adding them to the pot. You can also toast them lightly in a dry skillet to enhance their taste and smell.
  • As a natural remedy: You can use caraway seeds to treat various health problems, such as indigestion, bloating, gas, cough, or sore throat. Caraway seeds have antispasmodic, carminative, and expectorant properties that can help relieve digestive and respiratory issues. To use caraway seeds as a natural remedy, you can either make a tea by boiling them in water and adding honey or lemon, or chew them raw or roasted.