Sesame seeds

Weight: 300g

Sesame can be found in Middle Eastern, Asian and African cuisine. Sesame seeds get a more pronounced taste if you roast them for a few minutes. In culinary practice we do not use it sparingly since it improves the taste of many dishes besides bread and pastry. It is an excellent source of copper, manganese, calcium, magnesium, iron and phosphorus.


You can add it to Jasmine Thai rice, pasta, vegetables, salads and salad dressings. Use it as a breadcrumb replacement when breading the chicken. The tahini spread and the dessert halva, both prepared with sesame, are known worldwide. Roast it with a pinch of salt, grind it and store for sprinkling on bread spread with butter and honey.