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Sesame Seeds with Wasabi


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Roasted sesame seeds (81.02%), flavour enhancers (E621, E635) (5.94%), salt (4.5%), sugars (sugar, oligosaccharide) (4.05%), flavouring (2.16%), spice extract (red hot pepper) (1.08%), acid (E260) (0.81%), chlorella powder (0.42%), wasabi powder (dextrin, flavouring, wasabi leaves (0.002%), spice extract (dextrin, mustard)) (0.02%)

For allergens, see ingredients in bold.

Energy 552 kcal (2310 kJ), Fat 43.9g of which saturates 6.4g, Carbohydrate 22.8g of which sugars 14.4g, Protein 16.5g, Salt 5.9g

Roasted sesame seeds flavoured with wasabi deliver a rich, roasted flavour spiked with the unmistakable sinus hit of wasabi. Sprinkle on rice and noodles, use in a yoghurt dip or dressing.

Available in 80g & 1kg

Store in a cool, dark place.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Allen (Brandon, England)
Great for sprinkling

I love the taste and texture of these sesame seeds ( with the fantastic oil) - the wasabi Flavour comes out strong. This is in part due to the MSG/E635 blend of flavour enhancers - which is quite legitimate . Salt at 4.5 % by weight is insignificant because you do not use much. The handy little bottles dispense the grains well although bI did have one bottle where they had clumped even though there was a pouch of dessicant inside. The price is fantastic, but as a stand alone the shipping cost is high. My last shipment was dated 8 months hence.

Thanks for taking the time to write a review Allen and great you are a fan of the Sesame Seeds with Wasabi - they are a taste sensation! Your comment about delivery costs are understandable, particularly if buying a small value item. However, we'd like to explain that the reason is linked to your comment about fantastic price: we are constantly monitoring our pricing and making sure it is highly competitive; free delivery is rarely 'free', more often than not it is added in to EVERY product and so the customer ultimately is paying more, whilst we actually make a loss on our delivery costs overall despite the fixed price charge.