About Caraway Seeds, Ground
Caraway (Carum Carvi) is a very old spice, there is evidence going back to the Stone Age of its use. It is the seed of a Biennial Plant that has delicate leaves and white blossoms. Caraway use declined a few hundred years ago but it has begun a revival in the past 50-70 years.
Caraway is a well known ingredient in English Seed Cake and is used in other desserts as well. It is also chewed after meals as a digestive aid. Caraway is common to German and Austrian cooking. It is good with potatoes, cabbage and carrots; also sausages, duck and goose.
Caraway Seeds Ground requires no preparation. Just add to recipe.