Jitender KumarJitender Kumar
Sesame di Ispica is a very particular and ancient product, it was introduced in Sicily at the time of the Arab domination. That of Ispica is a particular variety, rounded, of a dark amber color that seems almost toasted. Due to its qualities it has become a Slow Food Presidium.
In the Sicilian tradition, sesame is an important ingredient: it is found in the recipe of various breads, biscuits and it adds flavor to many courses.