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Seeds and Spices

Toppings


SINCE TIME IMMEMORIAL
, bakers have been flavoring their breads with fruit, nuts and seeds of all kinds – poppy, sesame, caraway, and nigella, just to name just a few – as well as strongly-flavored herbs. To help you add a new dimension of flavor to your breads, The New York Bakers offers a growing assortment of seeds and spices to add a fillip of flavor to your breads and rolls.



Item Name Price-
Sprinkled on breads and rolls, baked into cakes and cookies, or simmered with honey and lemon zest to make mohn pastry filling, poppyseeds add flavor and a mouth-pleasing crunch to everything you bake. 4 oz./114 g. poly bag.
$3.49





Europeans have been using flaxseed for food for over 7,000 years, and it continues to play an important role in the baked goods of Scandinavia, Central and Eastern Europe. The small, glossy seeds contain about 35% oil and 30% protein and are a major source of linolenic acid, an important Omega-3 fatty acid. 8 oz./227 g poly bag.
$3.99





Crescent-shaped, fragrant and astringent, caraway's distinctive flavor and scent infuse Scandinavian, German and Eastern European breads, and impart their hallmark flavor to Jewish-style deli rye. Use whole or ground. 4 oz./114 g. poly bag.
$3.95





Cumin, with its distinctive peppery astringency, has been part of the human diet for over 12,000 years in Middle Eastern, Indian, and more recently, Mexican cooking. Use it in place of caraway to add extra zest to rye breads, curries and chili con carne. 4 oz/114 g poly bag.
$2.95





Used widely to add its distinctive flavor to pickles, seafood and rye breads, dill seed is a staple in Northern and Eastern European cooking. 3 oz./85 g. poly bag.
$3.95





This most versatile of seeds, which are rich in fragrant oils and have a distinctive sweet-nutty flavor, originated in North Africa and the Middle East. With their hulls intact, these natural brown seeds improve the flavor and crunch of everything from soft rolls to crusty hearth breads, bagels, and Middle Eastern breads, dips and...
$2.95





Also known as black caraway, onion seed and chernushka, these strongly flavored deep black seeds are used to impart their characteristic sharpness to Armenian string cheese, Russian rye breads and on Russian-style challah. A taste you won't forget. 4 oz./114 g. poly bag.
$4.49





Sunflowers are grown extensively throughout Europe and are valued for their oil, their sweet flavor and satisfying crunch. They are also a staple in Central and Eastern European breads, imparting richness to the flavor and interest to the mouth feel. Use these as toppings for your breads and rolls or to enhance your wholegrain loaves. 8...
$4.49








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