The sesame seeds are ready when they turn slightly golden. By heating-drying, the oils from the sesame seeds are released, thus ensuring the formation of a creamy paste.
After they have been roasted, allow the white sesame seeds to cool slightly, 2-3 minutes, and transfer them from the tray or pan to their original container.
Baked and slightly cooled sesame seeds will be ground with the help of a mixer robot. A slightly oily flour will be obtained. Grinding time differs from mixer to mixer - 30 seconds.
Add the grape seed oil to the mixer bowl, over the formed sesame flour.
Mix again (~ 30 seconds), until a creamy paste is formed. If you notice that the paste is sticking to the sides of the mixing bowl, then you can help the mixing process by opening the bowl and stirring with a wooden spoon and then mixing again.
We move the sesame paste formed from the bowl of the mixer to another bowl, place it with the help of a spoon, and finally press a few white sesame seeds for decoration ;). It must be kept in the refrigerator covered with a lid! This paste can be stored in the fridge for up to 2 months, but we recommend making small quantities and consuming them within a few days.
→ White sesame paste is also called either white sesame butter or white tahini butter/paste
→ The white sesame should be baked between 3 and 5 minutes until it acquires a slight golden tint, thus the flavor of the sesame seeds intensifies and an easier release of the fats/oils is ensured.
→ The oil used has the role of binding the paste better, giving it creaminess. By increasing or decreasing the amount of oil we will obtain a thinner or denser paste.
→ Storage and validity: the sesame paste must be kept in the refrigerator and we recommend making small quantities so that they can be consumed in the shortest possible time. In the refrigerator, white sesame paste can be kept for up to 2 months.
→ There are recent studies showing that people who consume this sesame paste in the long term, decrease the risk of cardiovascular diseases! Thanks to oleic acid and linoleic acid (omega 3) in the composition, it reduces the level of bad cholesterol (LDL) in the blood. Also, the nutrients sesamin and sesamolin (unique antioxidants found only in sesame seeds and implicitly tahini paste) have properties to lower the level of bad cholesterol (LDL) in the blood.
→ Simple white sesame paste, with only grape seed oil can be consumed either as such or in combination with various dishes.
→ As such, you can take 1 tablespoon 1-3 times a day, 30 minutes before meals in courses of 3 months, especially in the morning on an empty stomach, with breaks of 2-4 weeks!
→ In combination with various dishes: it can be added to various dishes, especially Lebanese ones (hummus), in vegetables or legumes, as a sauce, or even on bread / bread for breakfast.
⚠ The tahini white sesame paste has a high caloric value (a large spoonful of ~20g contains 80-100 calories), hence the recommendation for moderate consumption.
Effects and benefits
nourishing, energizing product with high energy value;
an important source of Omega 3 fatty acids (oleic and linoleic acid);
rich in vitamins: vitamins A, B, C, E;
rich in calcium, selenium, magnesium and phosphorus minerals;
a good source of protein;
the ally of those with cardio-vascular problems;
reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases;
regulates cholesterol and triglycerides;
regulates blood pressure;
helps to detoxify the liver and kidneys;
strengthens the immune system;
prevents osteoporosis, sesame being rich in calcium;
regulates intestinal transit;
good in treating heartburn;
reduces joint pain;
increases fertility and are aphrodisiacs;
helps strengthen the immune system;
helps people with anemia;
- allergies for those allergic to any of the ingredients;
women with hormonal imbalances;
people with hypercalcemia;
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