Caraway seeds with its pungent, licorice-like flavor is a versatile ingredient that makes a quintessential appearance in European pantries! Caraway is related to parsley and is known for its highly aromatic, mild anise and licorice flavor. The seeds make a good replacement for coriander seeds in recipes, while the ground form can be used to substitute ground cumin. Add caraway to root vegetables, make sauerkraut, or mix it in cheese dips. Use it to create many of European baked goods: soda bread, soda biscuits, rye bread and more.