Dark, artisian, black, and rye breads just need good Caraway Seed! You can also find quiche, chili, and coleslaw recipes calling for this unique and bold flavor. It's also delicious in biscuits and crackers, spiced seed cake, candies, cookies, cheese, pickles, apple dishes like pie and applesauce, noodle dishes, and herb butters. Try caraway seed in creamy soups and sauces and with a variety of vegetables--like beets, potatoes, cauliflower, carrots, green beans, cucumber salads, asparagus and creamed onions. Caraway lightens the flavor of heavy meats and is often sprinkled on mutton, roast pork, liver, lamb and stew meat before cooking.
Botanical Name: Nigella sativa
Kosher: KSA Certified