Dutch Blue Poppy Seeds
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The flavour of poppy seeds is nutty and sweet, and somewhat almond-like. They lend themselves to a variety of foods, from bagels to Indian kormas. The blue-black variety is common in European and Middle Eastern cuisine, whereas the pale white variety is used in Asian cooking, particularly in India where they are used to thicken sauces among other things.
Poppy seeds are high in oils and are susceptible to going rancid, we recommend storing them in the fridge, as they will keep longer. Poppy seeds do not grind easily, if you want to grind them give them a quick dry-roast first.
Glass Jar: 180 ml, contains 3/4 cup.
Ingredients: Poppy seeds
Storage: Store in a cool, dry and dark place away from heat.
Allergen: May contain mustard, sesame seeds and/or other common allergens.