British caraway cake
Caraway seed cake. A classic British cake, the first known recipe that dates back to the XVI century, has achieved special popularity in the Victorian era, but now out of fashion. Cumin has long been used in British cuisine. If you believe the Wiki, the predecessor of the cake had caraway biscuits. They say that the Victorians liked to serve this cake after a hearty lunch, because it was believed that cumin improves digestion. Just say cumin in the cake a lot and the taste is quite specific. But if you like caraway or anise, you here!