Tiny, kidney-shaped seeds with a nutty and slightly sweet flavor and a pleasant crunch.
Primarily used to enhance texture and flavor in a variety of dishes.
Nutrient-Rich: contains essential nutrients, dietary fiber, minerals like calcium and magnesium & some vitamins.
Phytochemicals: contains compounds like oleic acid and linoleic acid, which have potential health benefits.
Indian Cuisine: used to thicken and flavor gravies and curries.
Condiments: ground and used to make a thick and creamy condiment known as poppy seed paste.
Pastry and Desserts: including Danish pastries, strudels, and lemon-poppy seed muffins.
Baking: bread, muffins, cakes, and pastries, where they provide a delightful crunch and a subtle nutty taste.
Decoration: used as a decorative element on bread, rolls, and cookies.
Vegan Milk: Blend soaked poppy seeds with water to create a creamy and dairy-free poppy seed milk.
Flavoring Liquors: used to flavor liqueurs and spirits, adding a unique nutty note to the beverages.
Skincare: can be added to homemade skincare products as a natural exfoliant.
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