Description: Sesame seeds have 45-65% fixed oil which is predominantly made up of olein. There is no volatile oil content in sesame seeds. They are used frequently in different types of cuisines on North African, Middle Eastern, and Asian cooking. Sesame oil is processed from the seeds is extremely important in Japanese cooking.
Sesame seeds have varying colors based on the environment where they are grown. They are commonly categorized by four distinct colors; white, red, black and brown with little to no flavor difference.
Ingredients: White sesame seeds
How to Use
Try our Mexican chicken mole sauce recipe or use it in baking, spread on top of your bagel or bread recipes.