These little torpedoes provide a warm, sweet and slightly peppery aroma.
Substitutes for Caraway seeds include: Fennel seeds, Star anise or Dill seeds. Caraway seeds are traditionally used to flavour European dishes, including casseroles, cakes and breads. Try gently crushing the seeds and rub onto pork, the anise flavour combines beautifully with the meat. They also go very well with carrots!
Saute your Chantenay carrots in butter and caraway seeds and release the aniseed notes.
Store in a dark, cool, dry place.
Country of Origin
Produce of more than one country. Packed in the UK.