Sesame Edible Oil
Be open to sesame flavour!
Basic ingredient in Asian cuisine given its excellent aroma, flavour and properties. 100% pure sesame oil.
6.35€ – 16.40€
MARNYS® Sesame Edible Oil is extracted by cold-pressing Sesamum indicum seeds and has a very pleasant flavour and aroma. This extraction method guarantees the optimal condition of all its properties.
MARNYS® Sesame Edible Oil is rich in Omega 6 and 9, with a minimum linoleic acid (Omega 6) content of 36-48% and a minimum oleic acid (Omega 9) content of 35-44%. These Omegas are considered essential as they are not produced by the human body.
Sesame oil, also known as gingelly or til oil, is a highly unsaturated edible oil rich in essential fatty acids like Omega fatty acids (40-60% of the total content), vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) and lignans, such as sesamin and sesamol.
It is obtained from Sesame (Sesamum indicum), which belongs to the family Pedaliaceae and is the ninth most important oilseed crop in the globe, being India, China, Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda and Pakistan the main producers.
MARNYS® Sesame Edible Oil has got a very special and light taste. It's recommended to eat it raw and, when cooked, the maximum heating temperature must be 180 ºC. It's perfect for salads, stir-fries, fried dishes and Asian recipes like noodles or rice.
Suitable for vegans.
- HOW TO USE
- ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
HOW TO USE
Do not heat over 180 degrees Celsius. Excellent for salads, sauces, cakes and fried foodstuff. Also recommended for external use as skin moisturizer.
100% pure sesame oil
ALLERGEN: contains sesame
500 ml bottle
Store in a cool, dry place, away from light. Best used unheated.
TO KNOW MORE
How to cook Tahini, the popular toasted sesame condiment
Do you know what tahini is? It’s a sesame sauce widely used in Middle Eastern cuisine and is made with sesame seeds and sesame oil. It’s usually eaten by itself and is also one of the ingredients of hummus.
Try making homemade tahini as follows: place the sesame seeds in a pan and let them toast on medium heat, trying to move them around from time to time so they don’t burn. Once toasted, grind them and dilute them with sesame oil until the sauce thickens.
You can have this sauce by itself as a starter, to accompany elaborate dishes such as noodles, or to prepare homemade hummus.