Preparation: It is better to grind sesame seeds because it is difficult to chew them well because of their small size and they pass directly into the digestive system without being assimilated. Their nutrients are better absorbed when they are processed into oil, paste and butter.
Pour 100 g :Energie : 380 kcal Lipides : 48 g Glucides : 18,6 g Protéines : 22,5 g
Vitamines et Miénraux
Riche en : Cu, Mg, Fe, Ca, Zn, P, B1, B3, B6, B9, K
Source de : B2
|Ingredients||Organic Wholegrain Sesame Seeds|
|How to use||Sesame seeds are used as they are, raw or roasted. They often garnish breads and cakes. They are the basis of halva, an oriental treat with honey and almonds. Raw or roasted, sesame seeds are crushed and turned into thick paste (sesame butter) or liquid (tahini or tahini in Europe). In Lebanon, sesame oil is used to prepare chickpea-based hummus