Tina's poppy seed cake - gluten free
The last time I was on La Palma, I ate poppy seed cake at our neighbor Tina's. And it was really delicious and even gluten-free. Luckily she gave me the recipe and I baked it myself right away. The kids love him!
Actually, we should all be eating more poppy seeds because they provide important nutrients such as a large proportion of polyunsaturated fatty acids, which include linoleic acid and amino acids, which the body cannot produce itself. It also provides us with iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium.
And here is Tina's original recipe:
I left the cake in the oven for about 45 minutes, then it was done, as I found out when I carefully pierced it.
My tip:When buying poppy seeds, always pay attention to high quality.
By the way:Food poppy seeds don't have much in common with pharmaceutically processed poppy seeds, since most of the morphines have already been bred out.
Have fun baking... and eating:)