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Description: Poppy seeds. Poppy seeds are the seed of the opium poppy. They are improved by roasting and are used for thickening curries instead of cornflours or other starches.
|Blue poppy seeds, with many thanks to Arjuna on Mill Road in Cambridge||
Latin: Papaver somniferum
Ethnicity: Indian Subcontinent
Most frequent country: Bangladesh, India
Most frequent region: West Bengal
Better known as: khus khus
Also known as: abhini, afing gach, afugoch, ahiphena, aphima, aphu, cus cus, gasa gasa, gasa gasaalu, gasalu, kasa kasa, khas khas, khaskhasa, post, posta, postaka, postdana
See places: Bengali Food and Cuisine