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Flourless Poppy Seed Cake

Posted By Jessica "Su Good Sweets" On April 13, 2012 @ 5:08 pm In Cake | 2 Comments

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Someone explain to me the appeal of poppy seeds. You shouldn’t like them. They get stuck in your teeth. If you eat too many, you’ll test positive for opium (thanks for the lesson, Seinfeld [2]!). Yet poppy seed muffin recipes are as prolific as chain letters, and a bagel wouldn’t be a bagel without those crunchy little pareils. Drug tests and teeth be darned; I like eating gobs of poppy seeds, not just treating them like garnish. This cake recipe is for people like me. If you’re celebrating Passover or are celiac, this recipe is definitely for you too.

I adapted this cake from Chocolate & Zucchini [3], who riffed on it from Lilo [4]. Clotilde at C&Z calls for almond butter and almond flour. I’m a minimalist and say you can make your own with whole almonds; it’ll taste fresher that way too.

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[2] Seinfeld: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOK540M7kmk

[3] Chocolate & Zucchini: http://chocolateandzucchini.com/archives/2008/12/flourless_poppy_seed_cake.php

[4] Lilo: http://www.cuisine-campagne.com/index.php?post/2008/11/20/353-cake-au-pavot

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