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If there’s cumin, coriander, and caraway in a dish, the cumin is the most aggressive, so there will be less of it.
This seasoned salt has caraway, coriander, fenugreek, tellicherry, black pepper, garlic, chiles and sea salt.
Herb Verte Aquavit has little presence on cocktail menus but this caraway-flavored spirit was made to pair with Nordic winter food.
Transfer mixture into piecrust and sprinkle with caraway seeds.
Crushed caraway seeds are a fragrant replacement for coriander.
This hybrid scone-soda bread has a dense, cake-like texture and unpleasant licorice aftertaste from a heavy hand of caraway seeds.
In essence, aquavit is like a gin flavored with caraway or dill rather than juniper.
These scones pack the hallmarks of a favorite St. Patrick’s Day bread — with loads of currants and caraway seeds — into a single serving with a light, fluffy texture.
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CARAWAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of caraway for English Language Learners
: the seeds of a plant related to the carrot that are used to flavor foods
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