Poppy Seeds are also called opium, poppy or mawseed. Originated from Australia, poppy seeds are also extensively harvested in Asian especially in Afghanistan. Its taste and aroma is somewhat nutty, earthy and toasty providing your dishes a distinct flavor.
Poppy seed is used as food and as a source of fatty oil.
It is widely used for culinary purposes.
Poppy Seeds are a classic addition to buttered egg noodles, fruit salad dressings, and fragrant yeast breads.
Poppy Seeds add nutty flavor and texture to breads, cakes, cookies, pastries, curries, sweets, confectionary, pastry crusts, and pancake and waffle batters.
Indian cookery uses only the cream coloured seeds as the grey ones affect the colour of the final product.
They are soaked and ground to form thick gravies which are further added to vegetable preparations.
Poppy seeds are cooked with jaggery and coconut, enveloped in a case of flaky pastry and deep fried to make a delicious sweet called karanji.
They look best when sprinkled over naan bread and cooked in a clay oven called a tandoor.
Ingredients: Poppy Seeds.
- 7 OZ (198 Grams)
- 14 OZ (397 Grams)
Country Of Origin: Product of USA
Storage Instructions: Store seeds poppy in cool, dry, dark place, in airtight containers where they will stay fresh for up to six months.