Caraway seeds are often used to flavour rye breads, curries, casseroles, coleslaw and some cheeses. They are also commonly used in sauerkraut recipes.
Very tasty little currant biscuits with the flavour of caraway seed, a bit like Irish soda bread. Very quick and easy to make.
Sauerkraut makes this rye bread especially moist and tasty and it has a mouth watering aroma when baking.
This is a Czech version of roast pork. The addition of caraway and garlic really heightens the gravy. Serve with dumplings to sop up the gravy.
A bread flavoured with treacle and caraway seeds, and plump juicy raisins. Serve it while it's still warm to enjoy the sweet aroma.
For a truly special occasion, a whole pork loin roast cooked with cabbage in fragrant stock. It helps to have a meat thermometer for this one but it's not essential. For a real flavour experience, substitute sauerkraut for the cabbage!
Bagels are delicious served with smoked salmon and cream cheese, or with eggs or salad. They are soft and chewy due to the cooking process.
Horseradish adds a bold bite to the warm, creamy dressing that brings this delicious combination of Brussels sprouts, red potatoes, celery, spring onions and apples together.
This spice cake has caraway seeds, ginger, raisins, currants and lemon peel. It is a very flavourful and aromatic cake and tastes a bit like aniseed.