Best Natural Black Sesame Seed : Z-Black Sesame Seed
Sesame seed allergyis a kind of hypersensitivity reaction in some sensitive individuals. Generally, the reactions include hives, dermatitis and itching. Sometimes, the disease manifestation may be severe and may lead to serious physical symptoms like vomiting, stomach pain, swelling of lips and throat leading to breathing difficulty, chest congestion, and death. It is, therefore, sesame products may be avoided as food in these individuals.
Culinary uses :
Sesame seeds feature delicate nutty flavor. Their flavor indeed becomes more pronounced once they gently toasted under low flame heat for a few minutes.
Sesame seeds used liberally in cooking. The seeds ground with olive or any other vegetable oils to prepare semi-solid, flavorful paste, which is then added to different recipes.
Dry, toasted sesame seeds and vegetable oil are mixed into a thin light brown paste, tahini. Tahini is one of the main ingredients in famous middle-eastern dip, hummus.
Toasted seeds sprinkled over sandwiches, biscuits, breads, cakes, salads, stir fries, etc.
The seeds are largely employed in the production of margarine in Europe.
The seeds used in many traditional south-Indian sweet delicacies, often mixed with roasted peanuts, almonds, and jaggery.
Roasted and crushed seeds often sprinkled over salads, desserts, particularly sundaes and other confectionay preparations.
Gomashio is a Japan's specialty, which uses ground sesame seeds.
Sesame oil obtained from the seeds is one of the most sought after cooking oil in Malaysia, Indonesia and southern states of rural India.