Brown Sesame Seeds
Keep sesame seeds on hand to add crunch and flavor to your diet! Add a little soy sauce and some pantry staples and you can whip up an incredible sesame-ginger sauce in no time. Or roast the seeds and grind them to make a mellow sesame butter (tahini is made from raw sesame seeds) to use in sandwiches, smoothies, dip or as a topping for potatoes and veggies.
Brown sesame seeds can be added to all manner of food. Add sesame seeds to vegetable dishes, salads, breads, rolls, buns and muffins—or use the entire package to make tahini (see recipe on back of package). With a fresh batch of tahini on hand, homemade hummus can is just minutes away! Or try using tahini in the cookie recipe on our site for a scrumptious treat.
Sesame seeds were firs domesticated more than 3,000 years ago and has the highest oil content of any seed! It’s drought tolerant and grows in many tropical regions.
Looking for unhulled sesame seeds? Explore our white sesame seeds here at BobsRedMill.com.
To Your Good Health
As a continued commitment to the quality of the products we make and sell, all of Bob’s Red Mill products are certified Kosher by OK Kosher Certification of Brooklyn, New York.
We offer many wholesome ingredients that are favored by folks who follow a paleo, primal or other grain-free diet, including nuts flours, starches, whole nuts, and seeds.
This product is suitable for the high-fat, low-carbohydrate ketogenic diet. Look for this logo to find keto-friendly items like nut flours, seeds and thickeners.
All Bob’s Red Mill products are made without the use of bioengineering, using ingredients grown from identity preserved seeds. We are committed to sourcing ingredients that are made without the use of modern biotechnology.