About the ingredient caraway seeds. Including 322 recipes with caraway seeds, nutrition data, and where to find it.
Caraway seeds are usually used whole, have a pungent, anise-like taste and aroma that comes from essential oils, mostly carvone and limonene.
They are used as a spice in breads, especially rye bread. It is thought that seeded rye bread is denser partly because the limonene from the caraway fruits has yeast-killing properties.
Caraway is also used in liquors, casseroles, curry and other foods. It is more commonly found in European cuisine such as sauerkraut.
It is also used to add flavor to cheeses.
Caraway seeds are usually found in the spices section or aisle of the grocery store or supermarket.
Caraway seeds are a member of the Spices and Herbs US Department of Agriculture nutritional food group.
|British (UK) term:
|graines de carvi
|semillas de alcaravea
There are 322 recipes that contain this ingredient.
This salad fits to pierogi with the meat filling. You may also try it with fried or grilled fish.
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Indulge in the rich, aromatic flavors of Black Russian Rye Bread with this easy-to-follow recipe. This bread will satisfy your craving for hearty and flavorful artisan bread, made with a blend of rye and wheat flour, molasses, caraway seeds, and a few secret ingredients.
A spicy paste of Spanish origin that contains garlic, caraway, cumin and coriander.
One day I was in the mood for rye bread but I had no rye flour, so what did I do? I made a loaf of bread that tastes so much like the real thing, I am not sure I will mess with real rye (and the extra gluten) anymore.
Nothing new under the sun, just my rendition of very popular dish in Eastern Europe, inspired by various cuisines of Carpathian Mountains. Cooked quite quick in a pressure cooker.
Another Falafel Recipe recipe
for fans of spring cabbage and typical combinations..
Don't settle for the same old bread, instead make your own Irish Soda Bread with this simple and easy to follow recipe.
Whole Wheat Molasses Bread recipe
Crab, bacon and cheese melts. A match made in heaven.
Whole Wheat-Rye Bread recipe
Hearty, rich, flavorful, and so easy to make. No Instant Pot. No worries, the stovetop method is included. And the bang for the buck on this barley beef stew recipe for inflationary times checks all the boxes.
"Kohlrouladen" used to be a staple on the menu for regular people in Germany during winter time. The relatively long preparation and cooking time pays out, because it can be easily reheated over a couple of days and gets even better and tastier then. Fried potatoes complete the picture, but you can cook the potatoes also in the pot with the sauce, if there is space left. This recipe can be varied in many ways, be it the stuffing (ground meat here), or the sauce. The recipe is as traditional as it can be; the ingredients are adjusted to availability in North America (like Savoy cabbage in lieu of "Weisskohl", bacon to replace "Speckwuerfel"). For sure the ground meat can vary depending on preferences or diets - I bet quite often in the "good old times " regular people did not exactly know what's in the ground meat they got from the butcher - at least it was some meat, for most of the families only once a week.
German Bacon Potato Soup recipe
Very tasty. It's hard to go wrong with potatoes and leeks. They seem a perfect combination especially when it comes up to soup, such as this chunky leek and potato soup. It was very easy to make, and packed with great flavors. If you prefer smooth soup, puree it in a food processor or blender. In whichever way, it's always delicious.
Buttermilk vinaigrette and crispy bacon bring this cabbage salad back to life. It's creamy, tasty and flavorful. A delicious way to turn an economical ingredient into a tasty dish.
Taditional German Oktoberfest recipe.
In cold season, this warm red cabbage and apple salad is served with some roasted meat, brings you to warm.
Enjoy the flavor of bread and the texture of cracker in these bread cracker that's made with whole wheat flour, yeast and cumin or fennel seeds.