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  • Carbohydrates: 121.2
  • Fats: 20.0
  • Dietary Fiber: 0.0
  • Minerals: 0.0
  • Proteins: 0.0
  • Vitamins: 9.0
  • Water: 0.0


  1. Put about half the oil in a heavy-bottomed saucepan
  2. Heat it
  3. Stirring constantly
  4. Over medium heat
  5. Until the spices start to sizzle and the oil bubbles a bit
  6. If you have a candy thermometer
  7. Heat the oil to 140f be very careful not to burn it
  8. Sesame oil burns at a very low temperature
  9. Cook for about 5 minutes
  10. The oil should be very aromatic at this point
  11. Remove the pan from heat
  12. Transfer the oil and flavorings to a bowl
  13. And allow to cool
  14. "taste the oil to make sure that it hasnt burned
  15. And that it tastes strongly of the spices and herbs"
  16. "if it doesnt
  17. Add more flavorings
  18. And heat again"
  19. Add the remaining plain oil to the flavored oil
  20. Strain through a cheesecloth if necessary
  21. Put the oil in bottles and store them in the refrigerator
  22. It will keep up to 2 months

Step 11

Total Time in Minute 20

Ingredients Count 4

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