Caraway Seeds


COMMON NAME
Standardized: caraway
Other: krishna jiraka

BOTANICAL NAME
Carum carvi L.
Plant Family: Apiaceae

CUT SIZES:
Whole Seeds, TBC, Powder. All “99% Quality”

OVERVIEW
English Name: Caraway
Botanical Name: Carum carvi
Product Description:
Seeds 99% Quality
Seeds Powder, TBC
Available all seasons
Harvest season: April – May

The warming and aromatic “seeds” of the caraway plant are used to give a distinctive flavor to rye bread, cabbage, soups, pickles, teas, liqueurs, and spirits. Caraway is said to have been used in Europe longer than any other condiment. A more aromatic and bitter alternative to cumin, caraway is key to Indian, Dutch, German, Russian, and Scandinavian cooking. Although it has an affinity to cooked cabbage and coleslaw, a little ground caraway added at the end of cooking (to avoid bitterness) will add a pleasant and unexpected taste to both sweets and savories. and the ancient Romans may even have chewed caraway seeds to alleviate bad breath.

PARTS USED
“seed”

*Precautions
Specific: No known precautions.
General: We recommend This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease without consulting a doctor, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or Tack any medications. This Specification has been evaluated by the EOS. The product comes to you with a one hundred percent satisfaction guarantee.