Seseam Seeds
Black Seseam Seeds


Black sesame seeds are similar to the more common white sesame seeds. Black sesame seeds are not hulled, brown sesame seeds retain their hulls too, and the white seeds are hulled which exposes their true seed color.


Lighter colored sesame seeds are used more in the West and in the Middle East, and the black sesame seeds are more popular in Far East cuisine.


Black sesame seeds are more flavorful and have a stronger aroma than white or brown sesame seeds. Toasting black sesame seeds releases beneficial chemicals as well as enhancing the flavor. Black sesame seeds are rich in a fatty oil. Oil content is high, between 40% and 60%.



White Seseam seeds


Sesame seed comes from the family of “Sesamum Indicum”. Our resources include skilled and efficient crop cultivators who harvest their crops in top quality soils. The originations of these seeds are from the top quality soils. Our vast experience and expertise in the business of sesame seeds has made it possible for us to process & deliver premium quality of natural sesame seeds.


Before we hull, these seeds are thoroughly cleaned and graded and thereby enhance uniform quality and size of the seeds. Natural sesame seeds are largely served in bakery products such as breads, bread sticks, cookies, candies, pasta, vegetables & curry dishes. The toasted variety of natural sesame seeds are used in chocolate, ice-cream and halva. Our natural sesame seeds are cholesterol free which makes it altogether healthy & nourishing.



Brown Sesame Seeds


Our brown sesame seeds are small tasty, unhulled seeds that are used in cereals, crackers, spreads, drinks, casseroles, granola, candies, soups, salads, fish and baked goods.


These brown sesame seeds are delicious when toasted and sprinkled on grains or main dishes. Also Known as tahini when ground into a butter. A nutritious mayonnaise substitute may be made by simply blending sesame seeds with water.



 
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