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Kadoya Pure Sesame Oil: 5.5 oz

Kadoya Pure Sesame Oil: 5.5 oz

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This bottle of roasted sesame oil is perfect for all households and anyone who cooks Asian food. Exceptionally fragrant, this sesame oil is one of the quickest ways to infuse a depth of taste into something as simple as sautéed spinach! If you want a versatile oil with character and a truly nutty aroma, this is the one you want.

If you're wondering what sesame oil is and how to cook with it, check out this blog!

Common Allergens: Soy.

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Kadoya Pure Sesame Oil: 5.5 oz

Regular $5.99
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What Is Sesame Oil?

Sesame oil, known as goma abura in Japanese, is a key ingredient in many dishes across the globe. Sesame oil comes in two main forms: light and toasted. Light sesame oil is made from raw sesame seeds, while toasted sesame oil is made from roasted sesame seeds. Light sesame oil can be used for deep frying, but toasted sesame oil burns too easily. Toasted sesame oil is darker and stronger in flavor. Although both types of sesame oil are used in traditional cuisines across Asia and the Middle East, most Asian cuisine leans toward the amber-colored and more aromatic toasted sesame oil.

How To Cook With Sesame Oil

Sesame oil and sesame seeds are used in a variety of ways in cooking. The most common uses of sesame oil are in sauces, marinades, and seasoning. Many dishes have sesame oil as a base, including pad thai, bulgogi, mapo tofu, and hiyashi chuka.