Kadoya Sesame Oil - 11 oz
4.80 / 5 based on 30 Reviews
A mildly nutty and aromatic seasoning widely used in Asian cooking. Use it to marinade meat or in stir-fry. Also great to add few drops in noodle soups. see more...
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Kadoya Sesame Oil - 11 oz
This is a staple in asian cooking. I rarely use vegetable oil when I cook because sesame oil is my go to. If I'm pan frying dumplings, this is the best oil to use. Also when I'm stir frying vegetables all you need a small amount of sesame oil to get an amazing flavor.
Love the concentrated toasted sesame taste and aroma with this oil from Kadoya, all you need is a few drops to get that flavor you're looking for so a small bottle usually lasts me longer than others. I would recommend keeping this refrigerated, as sesame oils tend to go rancid sooner than others (though I have yet to have that problem with this).
This sesame oil has a particularly toasted flavor that i use whenever i cook asian foods. It adds a rich nutty flavor to cold thai noodle salads, chinese chicken salads, potstickers and is the “secret ingredient” to my asian dishes tasting and authentic. I highly recommend this!
This gave my pho that real earthy flavor. It paired perfectly with the rice vinegar and veggies. Also helped make the beef very tender #InfluensterEats #contest @Influenster #comfortfood
When I think of sesame oil, this is the only brand that comes to mind. The others don't quite compare. A little goes a long way and enhances asian dishes so well.
I swear sesame oil makes EVERYTHING taste better! Plus the smell is amazing. I wish I had a sesame oil candle lol. I love putting this on rice, noodle bowls, veggies, Chinese takeout and some freezer meals. Great stuff!
How to kick up any asian cuisine? Sesame oil for sure. A very little goes a long way. Definitely easy to over power. So taste as you go. You can always add more later. Staple at my house. Great ingredient. Definitely recommended.
I use this sesame oil every time I cook an Asian Dish! I get mine at my local grocery store Smith's, and it was totally decently priced. I love the flavor and it totally takes me back to when I lived in China and used Sesame oil for my cooking. I would highly recommend!
This is what I have at home, and if you mix it with soy sauce,salt, and pepper, you can make delicious food like chapche (Korean stir fried rice vermicelli) or fried rice, etc. it's a must- have for cooking!
Kadoya sesame oil is a pantry essential in Japanese households and for home cooks worldwide. From their website: The brand was "founded in 1858 [and] with more than 150 years history is the top brand of Japan." Just remember, in terms of flavor, a little sesame oil goes a long way.
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