- Place of Origin: Turkey
- white, blue: blue
Packaging & Delivery
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SpecificationsPosta Dana Also Known as Khas Khas
Min. order qty 18MT/ one 20' FCL
Turkish and Indian White
Posta Dana is used as food and as a source of fatty oil. It is widely used for culinary purposes. Because of its highly nutritive nature it is used in breads, cakes, cookies, pastries, curries, sweets and confectionary. Its seeds are demulcent and are used against constipation. The capsules are used as a sedative against irritant coughing and sleeplessness in the form syrup or extract.
Blue POSTA DANA
The blue posta dana is used principally in confectionery and in baking. Like several other spicy seeds, they are sprinkled on breads and buns and used in a variety of Western cakes and pastries, for example in cakes, strudels and Danish pastries. Posta complements honey spread on bread, giving a nice contrast of texture Fried in butter, Posta Dana can be added to noodles or pasta. It flavours vegetables and their accompanying sauces, especially asparagus and root vegetables. Sprinkled into coleslaw, the seeds give a contrast of both colour and texture. They are used to top creamed potatoes and au gratin dishes, and sometimes appear in fish dishes. In Middle Eastern and Jewish cookery, Posta Dana go on breads and in cakes and candies and are often seen studding pretzels.