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Sesame Flavored Recipes With A Lovely Nutty Taste

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Enjoy these sesame flavored recipes

Sesame flavored recipes have a lovely nutty taste. Sesame, used as a roasted grain or fine cooking oil, brings a touch of Orient into the kitchen. The sweet nut flavor of sesame allows delicious variations with vegetables and great other recipe ideas.

Sesame seeds and sesame oil have been appreciated not only in Asian and Oriental cuisine for centuries and used as an aromatic spice for piquant and sweet dishes. Here are some useful tips on the nutty seeds.

Sesame seeds and sesame oil have been appreciated not only in Asian and Oriental cuisine for centuries. It is used as an aromatic spice for piquant and sweet dishes. Here are some useful tips on the nutty seeds.

The nutty flavor of the seeds can be intensified by roasting in the pan, without fat!. In addition to the sesame seeds, the sesame oil obtained from the seeds is used primarily in the international cuisine. In Chinese, Japanese and Arabic cuisine, a dark, aromatic, powerful oil is obtained from roasted seeds.

The bright, less intense oil from unroasted sesame seeds is more popular. It is suitable with its light nutty aroma for salads and for frying.

Sesame seeds consist of 20% protein and have a fat content of about 50%, which consists mainly of unsaturated fatty acids. Also,  it has a small number of saturated fatty acids.

They are one of the most selenium-rich foods. Selenium supports the metabolism and the immune system and can be delivered to the body only through food. Sesame is full of valuable minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium, vitamin E and B vitamins and contains cholesterol-lowering phytosterols.

Introduce more of this healthy seed to your diet with these sesame flavored recipes.

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STICKY SESAME CAULIFLOWER (BAKED)

Sesame Flavored Recipes

The cauliflower and breading become light and tender when mixed with the sticky sesame sauce, making them super delicious but not really viable as finger food unless you want to make a colossal mess. This is great with a side of some steamed vegetables or cauliflower rice.

Vegan Garlic Sesame Noodles 

Sesame Flavored Recipes

 

These garlic sesame noodles, with only nine basic ingredients that can be found at most any grocery store, really hit the spot. They’re as simple as boiling water, cooking pasta, and slicing a few vegetables. And the flavor! You should be able to get eight servings out of this according to the pasta package.

Spicy Vegan Thai Peanut Sauce With Sesame Oil Recipe

Sesame Flavored Recipes

 

This recipe is vegetarian and vegan. If you need it to be gluten-free as well, just use tamari or Bragg’s Liquid Aminos in place of the regular soy sauce, since all the other ingredients are gluten-free. This homemade peanut sauce recipe is made with garlic, soy sauce, ginger and cayenne pepper for a traditional Thai flavor. This recipe for spicy Thai peanut sauce goes with noodles, salad, fried tofu, or even a bowl of pasta. Try it poured over steamed veggies for kids.

Vegan Sesame Chicken

Sesame Flavored Recipes

Baked Cauliflower makes the perfect replacement for ‘Chicken’ in this popular Asian Recipe.  With a sweet and sticky sauce that’s bursting with flavor, this savory Vegan Sesame Chicken will be sure to be a brand new favorite!

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