Sesame Flour

Sesame Flour

Scientific Name
Sesamum indicum

Production Areas
Santa Cruz, Bolivia


Sesame Flour

Sesame flour is rich in amino acids and contains 3 times more calcium than milk. It can also be successfully used in salads, poultry, pork, or beef, cooked vegetables, cheese, eggs, salads, sauces, butter or flavored bread.

Proteins, omega 6, fiber, calcium, zinc, potassium, iron, vitamins B and E.

Preliminary Health Research
Sesame flour has several applications in the kitchen; its flavor makes it ideal for giving a unique touch to many dishes such as salad dressings or sauces for meats, dips, bread (buns, cakes, etc.), muesli, soups, etc.

Sesame helps to reduce cholesterol levels and is beneficial in regulating bowel function.

Sesame meal is used for making porridges, tamales, tortillas, creams, baked goods, etc.