Why Choosing Sesame
You may already know about this plant with small seeds that been widely used in the cooking. Sesame is found as an ingredient in many pastries, desserts and sauces such as sukiyaki sauce, dipping sauce for Korean-style grilled pork.
These small seeds pack with a lot of nutrition. It has unsaturated fatty acid at 45-57%. Also, there are 20% of protein and amino acids that are necessary to the body. Sesame seeds contain vitamin B, except B12, vitamin E , sesame which is an anti-oxidant to prevent the cancer, and 4.1-6.5% minerals.
Sesame seeds have been processed into sesame oil which is among the group of oil containing unsaturated fatty acid that is not harmful to the body. Other types of oil in this group include soybean oil, rice barn oil, sunflower oil and safflower oil. Oils with high saturated fatty acid, which is not good for health, include palm oil, coconut oil and animal fat.
Sesame seeds and sesame oil can use in marinating meat to get it soft and has nice aroma. Buy clean sesame and keep in an air-tight container. Roast only small amount of seeds sufficient for one use as the leftover will have bad smell.
Prepare the dressing by mixing sugar, vinegar, salt and soy sauce together until the sugar dissolves. Add sesame oil and whip. Add roasted black and white sesame.
Clean the meat and soften it with a meal mallet, marinate with sesame oil and barbeque sauce. Leave for 15 min before roast it until brown. Cut in thin slices. Arrange the vegetables in a bowl, decorate with fine cut carrot, cut tomato, kiwi, dragon fruit, cantaloupe and pineapple.
Use organic vegetables and non-sweet fruits. You can change to use dark-fish such as salmon or tuna. Use oil with unsaturated fatty acid such as sesame or rice barn oil.
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