Wednesday, May 30, 2018

How to Make Japanese Black Sesame Paste, Kuro Neri Goma

     Yesterday, I made black sesame paste (黒ごまペースト) for my first time, and it turned out so delicious! Sesame paste is called goma paste (ごまペースト, 胡麻ペースト) or neri goma (練りごま, ねりごま) in Japan and is used as a ingredient for many Japanese foods. Black sesame paste is often used as an ingredient for wafu dessert such as black sesame soft serve (黒胡麻ソフトクリーム) and black sesame flan (黒ゴマプリン). White sesame paste is an essential ingredient for wafu goma dressing for salad and goma tare for shabu shabu. This time, I made sweetened black sesame paste, and my husband and I ate it with toasts today. We loved it. :)

     Sesame seeds are rich in mineral, vitamin and fiber and have so many health benefits such as antioxidant effect. Making black sesame paste was just a peace of cake, and I think anyone can make it with a food processor. ;)  Today, I'm going to share how to make Japanese black sesame paste with you.
Roasted Black Sesame Seeds
8 Tablespoons of Roasted Black Sesame Seeds
4 Tablespoons of Honey
1 Tablespoon of Coconut Oil (or you can use your favorite oil.)

 1. Put all ingredients in a food processor. Turn on the food processor until it becomes smooth butter texture. You might want to turn off the food processor every 10 to 20 seconds or so because the machine could overheat.


2. Move black sesame paste to an airtight container. Enjoy!

     I also made Japanese black sesame flan with my homemade black sesame paste. I'll share the recipe next time. ;)

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