White Sesame Seeds Raw Unhulled - Calcium & Iron Superfood Jar

  • Acclaimed Ancient Superfood: Grown for more than 3000 years, sesame seeds contain a high amount of fiber, protein, and oil that is rich in omega-6 and oleic acid. Apart from these, unhulled sesame seeds also come loaded with calcium, B vitamins, zinc, iron, and manganese. Apart from having potential health benefits, they have also been a part of folk medicine for thousands of years.
  • Great for Adding Flavor: The unhulled variety enriches the flavor of the seeds. Therefore, they are a great ingredient for a variety of recipes from condiments, seasoning to baking and sauces. Sprinkle them on rolls, bread, and crackers, or just add them in salad dressing for a tasty and flavorful dish every time.
  • Good Source of Energy: Sesame seeds are a great source of energy due to their high healthy fat content like Omega-6 and polyunsaturated fatty acids. When taking after a workout along with diet, helps the body replenish lost energy and give a boost to overall health.
  • Free of Chemicals: Our sesame seeds are packed with health and nutrition and are GLUTEN-FREE, GMO-FREE, BPA-FREE, and VEGAN. To further ensure the integrity of the product we pack them in food-grade gourmet plastic jars. It makes them easy to store and use.
  • Toast for Best Results: To bring out the best flavor of sesame seeds you can always toast it sprinkle it around a wide variety of dishes starting from burgers to sweets, crackers, Asian, South Asian, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Caribbean cuisine.

Introducing White Unhulled Raw Sesame Seeds from Pride of India

Tiny and oil-rich, sesame seeds are known to serve mankind for more than 3000 years as a condiment and source of edible oil. Our white sesame seeds from Pride of India come packed with iron and calcium thanks, to the unhulled variety. Apart from just being iron and calcium-rich, it is also a nutritious source of plant protein, which is an essential building block for a healthy body. The benefits of sesame seeds do not just end there, it is also a good source of B vitamins and fiber that helps boosts immunity for everyday challenges.

We at Pride of India ensure that you get farm-fresh products right at your table without compromising integrity. Now, you can get healthy and nutritious food without any trouble. Add it to your breakfast bread or use it in your sauces and dips, these unhulled seeds are ideal across cuisines. Sesame Seeds can be consumed in their raw seed form or ground to be supplemented with smoothies, eggs, and yogurt. It can be used to make Tahini Paste and in Hummus.

Directions to use, Recommendations & Allergen Information

Sesame Seeds can be consumed in its raw seed form or ground to be supplemented to bread batter, smoothies, eggs and yogurt. It can be used to make Tahini Paste and in Hummus.

We suggest daily consumption of 1-1.5 tbsp of Sesame Seeds two times per day (1oz daily) for a healthy and balanced life.

This product has been packed in a facility that processed nuts/soy. For any specific health conditions we recommend consulting your physician before consuming this item.

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Sesame seeds may be tiny, but they have substantial health benefits. They are packed with nutrients such as healthy fats, protein, calcium, antioxidants and dietary fiber.

Sesame seeds are cultivated in tropical areas and have a natural nutty flavor. These are some of the oldest seeds known to humankind.

Sesame Seeds can be consumed in its raw seed form or ground to be supplemented to bread batter, smoothies, eggs, and yogurt.

It can be used to make Tahini Paste and in Hummus.


  • Full of high-quality protein
  • High in Calcium and Iron
  • Contains a high amount of minerals and omega fatty acids.
  • Contains dietary fiber
  • Contains magnesium
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan friendly
  • GMO Free
  • BPA Free
Tahini sauce recipe:
  • 1 cup sesame seeds
  • 2 tablespoons or milder olive oil or a small amount of sesame oil
  • Salt (optional)


  1. Toast raw sesame seeds:Toasting raw sesame seeds gives the tahini a nuttier flavor. On the stovetop, place the sesame seeds in a dry skillet over medium heat, stirring them frequently with a wooden spoon.
  2. Toast the seeds until they are lightly colored (not brown) and fragrant, about 5 minutes. Transfer the toasted sesame seeds to a large plate or tray and let them cool completely.
  3. Place the sesame seeds in a food processor:Place the sesame seeds in a food processor fitted with the S-blade. (Alternatively, you can use a mortar and pestle or a blender)
  4. Grind the sesame seeds:Process for 2 to 3 minutes until the sesame seeds form a crumbly paste.
  5. Add oil:Add 2 tablespoons of oil to the food processor. Process for 1 to 2 minutes.
  6. Add more oil (optional):For thinner tahini, add more oil, 1 to 2 tablespoons at a time, and process until the desired consistency is reached.
  7. Add salt (optional):Add salt to taste and process until combined.
  8. Transfer the tahini to a jar or other airtight container.