The scent is different
The intensity, mellowness, and appearance of sesame oil vary depending on the temperature at which sesame is roasted and the method of pressing. Lightly roasted for a soft aroma and light shade, and deep roasted for a strong aroma and dark shade.
By using sesame oil with a light color and soft scent for tempura and marinade, you can finish it with a refreshing taste that makes the best use of the taste of the ingredients, and sesame oil with a strong dark color can be used as sauce, soup, and stir-fry oil. The result is an appetizing dish.
We hope that you will enjoy using sesame oil as a seasoning and choosing it according to your cooking.
Very clean, neutral flavor profile. Versatile and smooth. Excellent alternative to vegetable, olive, and other oils. Mix with herbs to make a salad dressing.
Also called Taiko, this sesame oil has a fresh, mild aroma. Not overpowering. Perfect for a wide range of different cuisines. Add a couple drops to give Asian soups and garlic sauces (ajillo) more flavor.
Rich aroma. Concentrated, nutty flavor. Perfect for a wide range of ethnic recipes. Use for marinating vegetables, seafood, and chicken.
Very fragrant, strong aroma with a balanced, robust flavor. Best for Asian cuisine. Use in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean recipes; makes a great BBQ sauce.