Poppy Seed

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  • Do not Use – Poppy Seed – 100gm

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    Poppy Seeds (Khas Khas), along with their more common blue-black brethren, are harvested from opium poppy flowers (Papaver somniferum) that are native to the Mediterranean and now mainly grown in the Middle East region. They appear often in Indian and Pakistani cuisines, where they are used to add thickness, texture, and flavor to many dishes. White Poppy Seeds appear in the Indian dishes “chapatti” grill bread, “korma” curry, and “aloo posto” (white poppy potatoes). The whole seeds are also used in chutneys.

     

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  • Poppy Seed – 100gm

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    $2.99

    Poppy Seeds (Khas Khas), along with their more common blue-black brethren, are harvested from opium poppy flowers (Papaver somniferum) that are native to the Mediterranean and now mainly grown in the Middle East region. They appear often in Indian and Pakistani cuisines, where they are used to add thickness, texture, and flavor to many dishes. White Poppy Seeds appear in the Indian dishes “chapatti” grill bread, “korma” curry, and “aloo posto” (white poppy potatoes). The whole seeds are also used in chutneys.

     

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  • Poppy Seed 50gm

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    $3.99
    • Poppy Seeds (Khas Khas), along with their more common blue-black brethren, are harvested from opium poppy flowers (Papaver somniferum) that are native to the Mediterranean and now mainly grown in the Middle East region.
    • They appear often in Indian and Pakistani cuisines, where they are used to add thickness, texture, and flavor to many dishes. White Poppy Seeds appear in the Indian dishes “chapatti” grill bread, “korma” curry, and “aloo posto” (white poppy potatoes). The whole seeds are also used in chutneys.

     

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