Sesame is an ancient crop which has always been renowned for the high oil content of its seeds. Today the sesame plant, the most likely native to tropical Africa, is mostly grown in Asia.
Sesame seeds grow in yellow and black varieties. The freshly dried seeds taste slightly nutty and their flavor intensifies significantly during roasting. Sesame seeds are a versatile spice and are popular in cuisines all over the world.
For Breads, For Fish and Seafood, For Meat , For Vegetables and Salads, For Vegetable Dishes