This unique method cooks the seeds evenly without burning the shells, producing a smooth, nutty flavor without the bitter aftertaste.nd jinjang due to its shorter time spent aging in the urn.
About Infrared-Roasted Black Sesame Seeds
INFRARED-ROASTED SESAME SEEDS In addition to the nutritional benefits of white sesame seeds, black sesame seeds are thought to be especially beneficial to hair health. Indeed, many Korean women swear by black sesame seeds to keep gray hair at bay.
Like those used in the oils, these seeds have been carefully toasted by infrared ray, so that they are fully and evenly cooked, inside and out, without being burnt (as can happen with traditional high heat). The result is a deliciously nutty seed, without any bitterness, that is tasty as-is.
Although black sesame seeds have an even stronger nutty flavor than the white variety, they are a good substitute for whole sesame seeds in virtually any recipe. We love grinding these up and eating them with tofu, braised spinach and sesame oil; we also hear they make an excellent addition to dessert.
Queens Bucket Infrared-Roasted Black Sesame Seeds Product Details
● 200g bag ● Made in Seoul, South Korea ● Made with 100% Korean grown seeds ● Ingredients: Black sesame seeds
Queens Bucket Infrared-Roasted Black Sesame Seeds Key Ingredients
Sesame seed One of the oldest seed crops in the world, sesame seeds are rich in vitamins, minerals, and natural oils. Sesame is believed to improve blood circulation and metabolism, as well as aid in heart, bone, skin and hair health. It likewise contains lignans to aid in cancer prevention.
Unlike white sesame, black sesame does not have its hull removed, and so has a fuller flavor.
Recipes Featuring Infrared-Roasted Black Sesame Seeds