Poppy seeds have a nutty tasting flavor and are mainly used in baking. They are popular in breads, cakes, rolls and cookies. Refrigerate or freeze poppy seeds to maintain freshness. There are more than 900,000 poppy seeds to the pound.
Lemon Poppy Seed Pancakes: Sprinkle 1 Tbsp. Dutch Blue Poppy Seeds and a splash of Lemon Extract into your pancake batter before cooking.
Sweet Poppy Seed Glaze: Mix 1/2 Tbsp. Dutch Blue Poppy Seeds with 1 cup powdered sugar, 1/4 cup milk, and 1 tsp. Pure Madagascar Vanilla Extract for an all-purpose glaze to drizzle on cakes, cookies, muffins, and sweet rolls.
Dutch Blue Poppy Seeds Q&A
What does poppy seed taste like?
Poppy seeds taste mostly nutty in their overall flavor.
How do you use blue poppy seeds?
Use blue poppy seeds for baking recipes like bread loaves, poppyseed muffins, or in cakes, rolls or cookies.
What's the difference between blue, black and white poppy seeds?
For the most part, blue and black poppy seeds are the same in flavor and usage, despite the slight color difference. White poppy seeds are used more as a thickening agent in Middle Eastern cuisine, where as blue or black poppy seeds are used for flavoring and/or decorating breads and pastries.
Which are stronger? Black or blue poppy seeds?
Black and blue poppy seeds are both similar in flavor.