A classic flavor in European cooking, caraway is also popular in the Middle East and North Africa. Related to cumin, fennel, and anise, this small seed-like fruit has a distinct and irreplaceable flavor. Often found in sauerkraut, Irish soda bread, and American-style rye bread, it is also commonly found in harissa blends (including ours!), and in the occasional dessert. Unlike its cousins cumin and fennel, caraway thrives in the long summer days of Northern Europe, which contributes to its popularity there and in surrounding regions.
Contains: Dried caraway.
- Botanical Name: Carum carvi
- Alternate Names: Meridian fennel, Persian cumin
- Tasting Notes: Sweet, earthy, anise, hints of cumin, herbal
- Pairs Well With: Rye, cabbage, winter vegetables
- Try In: Irish Soda Bread