These wonderful poppy seed sesame snails are not only delicious but also extremely rich in nutrients.
Have you heard about the special benefits of poppy seeds?
POPPY SEEDS are among the foods richest in calcium, with a calcium content of almost 2.5%. In addition, they have a high content of iron, phosphorus, potassium, and magnesium. >> You can find more about poppy seeds HERE.
Black sesame seeds also have a lot to offer.
BLACK SESAME SEED is considered the original form of sesame and contains 3 times as much calcium and twice as much magnesium as light sesame, as well as abundant iron, zinc, selenium, B vitamins, and vitamin A.
POPPY SEED SESAME SNAILS
for about 12 snails
- 3 bananas
- ½ cup poppy seeds
- ½ cup almonds
- 1 tablespoon black sesame butter (or tahini)
- 2 tablespoons mulberries
- Pinch of vanilla
- Soak mulberries in water overnight.
- Peel bananas and carefully cut lengthways into four even strips.
- Place banana strips on a drying tray with mat and dry in the dehydrator for 6-7 hours at 105°F (42° C), turn and dry for another 3-4 hours without mat.
- Finely grind poppy seeds and almonds in a blender. Mix with vanilla, sesame and mulberries plus soaking water to form a paste.
- Spread the paste on the banana strips evenly and roll them into “snails”. Dry in the dehydrator for another 2-3 hours. Enjoy!
We hope you enjoy preparing these poppy seed sesame snails!
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