|List of Ingredients|
are a popular spice in central European cooking. They combine
the flavor of Anise and Dill with tang and nuttiness.
Caraway seeds enhance the flavor of pork,
goulash, sauerkraut, cheese and pickles. Added to cabbage while
cooking will reduce the odor.
They are used in stews, meats, with fish, soups,
salads and breads. Caraway seed goes well with eggs, cheese, creamy
soups and sauces, cabbage, beets, spinach, beans, peas, potatoes,
cauliflower, turnips, zucchini, rye breads, cakes and
Folk lore says that caraway sweetens
the breath, aids digestion and relieves flatulence. It was also
stated that caraway would prevent the theft of any item that contained it.
It was used as a love potion: feed your lover caraway and he/she
could never be stolen.
Research substantiates the use of caraway seeds
for relieving gas pains and suggests they may have antispasmodic
properties. However, there is no research to substantiate the
love potion aspect.
|Amount per serving|
|% Daily Value *|
|Percent values are based on a 2,000 calorie per day diet. Your daily values may differ.|
32.8% of calories from Fat
48.2% from Carbohydrates
19% from Protein