The first recorded seasoning in history that dates to 3,000 B.C. It has long been cultivated in Asia and Africa. The seeds are made up of roughly 50 percent oil, which makes it excellent for cooking. Black sesame seeds have a stronger earthier taste than the lighter colored seeds. Use to decorate and flavor breads, or coat fish / shellfish. It can also be used to garnish rice, vegetable, or salad dishes, and sushi or California rolls. Coat fresh tuna in these seeds before searing in a hot saute pan with dark toasted sesame oil for a flavorful dish with a nice presentation.
Ingredients: Contains: Sesame