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Caraway seeds have a pungent, anise-like flavor and aroma. They are used primarily as a spice in breads (especially rye bread). It can also be used in casseroles and mixed in with cheeses.
Aromatic with a peppery bite, black caraway seeds are enjoyed as a spice in Egyptian, Indian, and Middle Eastern cuisines. They're often used in spice blends, breads, and vegetable dishes.