Often used in German, Austrian, and Hungarian cuisine, caraway seeds offer unique flavor that complements a variety of ingredients. The tiny, sliver-shaped pods–frequently used in seeded rye bread and in heavier, warming dishes such as stews and sauerkraut–are boldly scented and have a pleasingly crunchy texture. The seeds come from the same family of herbs as chervil, parsley, and dill–the delicate herb featured along with caraway in this buttery scone. Fragrant Caraway-Dill Scones are a delightful addition to your tea tray. With a tender crumb and savory taste, they are lovely paired with a cup of refreshing green tea.