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Roasted sesame seed

Roasted sesame seed

Discover Our Delicious Recipe for Toasted Sesame Seed Oil

The smooth and unique flavor of sesame concentrated in this oil is perfect for marinating meat and fish, drizzling over vegetables, and in salads.

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How to Incorporate Toasted Sesame Seed Oil into Your Recipes?

Highly appreciated in oriental cuisine, this oil will bring its refined touch to homemade bread or pizza dough, salads, or zucchini tians. It reveals all its aromas on sautéed potatoes, roast chicken, pork ribs, and "Thai" preparations. Its toasted notes stand out to soften breads, fish, avocados, mangoes, and roasted apples.

Here are some recipe ideas for cooking with toasted sesame seed oil

  • - Sesame Stir-Fried Noodles: stir-fry noodles with vegetables in toasted sesame seed oil, then season with soy sauce and ginger;
  • - Grilled Chicken Salad: marinate the chicken in toasted sesame seed oil, then grill it and serve it on a bed of crunchy vegetables with a sesame oil vinaigrette;
  • - Sesame Marinated Fish: marinate the fish in toasted sesame seed oil, then cook it and serve it with a sesame oil and lime sauce;
  • - Sautéed Vegetables with Sesame Seeds : sauté a variety of vegetables in toasted sesame seed oil with garlic and ginger, then season with soy sauce and garnish with toasted sesame seeds;
  • - Sesame Fried Rice: sauté cooked rice with minced kimchi, peas, beaten eggs, and toasted sesame seeds in toasted sesame seed oil, then season with soy sauce and rice vinegar.

Discover the Intense and Rich Aromas of Toasted Sesame Seed Oil

Toasted sesame seeds offer a rich and irresistible aroma, with notes of roasted hazelnut and a deep, earthy fragrance. Roasting intensifies their natural flavor, giving them a crispy texture and a golden color.

The Precious Seeds of a Versatile Plant

Sesame seeds come from the oilseed plant Sesamum indicum, mainly cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions around the world. This herbaceous plant belongs to the Pedaliaceae family. Sesame seeds form in capsules that burst when mature, releasing the small oval seeds inside. Sesame seed varieties can vary in color, ranging from white to black, brown, and golden. Sesame is cultivated for its oil-rich seeds, which are used in various cuisines for their characteristic nutty flavor and nutritional benefits. These seeds are an important source of nutrients such as essential fatty acids, proteins, fibers, vitamins, and minerals, contributing to a healthy and balanced diet.

The Journey of the Sesame Seed

Originating from Africa and Asia, these small oval seeds have been cultivated and used in food, medicine, and religious rituals in various ancient civilizations. Ancient Egyptians considered them symbols of vitality and prosperity, using them to produce sesame oil and paste. Sesame seeds were also valued in ancient Mesopotamia, where they were an integral part of cuisine and pharmacopoeia. Over time, sesame was traded along ancient trade routes, including the Silk Road, thus spreading its use across Asia, the Middle East, and Europe.

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Allergen Absence
Native country EGYPTE
Genus and botanical species Sesamum indicum
Ingredients roasted SESAME
Nutritional Info VN Energie pour 100 g (energy for 100g) : 2670 kJ / 646 kcal
VN Matière grasse (fat) : 56.1 g
Dont acide gras saturés (of which saturated fat) : 8.1 g
VN Glucides (carbohydrate) : 4.5 g
Dont sucres (of which sugars) : 0.48 g
VN Protéines (protein) : 25 g
Vn Sel (salt) : 0.07 g
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.