Caraway seeds are often used to flavour rye breads, curries, casseroles, coleslaw and some cheeses. They are also commonly used in sauerkraut recipes.
This is a succulent pork roast seasoned with caraway seeds and sage and the drippings used to make a delicious gravy.
The protective phytochemicals in cabbage are particularly effective against hormone-related diseases such as breast cancer.
The strong flavours of caraway seeds and rye flour combine to make this New York style bread. It's very simple to make in the bread machine.
Coleslaw is a great side dish with barbecued meats but it can be a little repetitive. Try this version with caraway and mustard seeds for extra zing.
Roo burgers for the BBQ or cooked inside in the frypan. Serve in Turkish bread rolls with lettuce and tomato or add any burger fillings that you like..
Mix this pumpernickel-style bread in the bread machine, but bake it in the oven. I recommend baking in the oven because the loaf is fuller and the top is much nicer.
Light, cool and refreshing, this is an ideal entree for a Summer lunch or dinner.
Caraway seeds is something of an acquired taste but if you like rye bread you'll love these Swedish biscuits!
I am not sure if I like this bread best when it is fresh out of the oven or a few days old and toasted? The sultanas with a touch of caraway seeds combine so well.
Caraway seed cakes are originally from Britain and have a very distinctive flavour and texture. Try it and see what you think - I love it!