Caraway seeds are similar in flavor to aniseed.
Caraway seeds are frequently used in baking. The seeds found in most types of rye bread are caraway seeds. Caraway seed is also used in flavoring curries, sausages and even liqueurs. Caraway seeds are sometimes used in pickling and brining.
The leaves of the caraway plant can be used as an herb, much like its relative, parsley. In addition, the root of the caraway plant can be eaten — it's similar to a parsnip.
- Meridian fennel
- Persian cumin