For those who want to enjoy the fresh aroma of roasted sesame seeds. I tried the kitchen utensil "Goruri" sold at the 100-yen shop "Daiso".
As the name suggests, Daiso "Gomasuri" is a kitchen utensil for making sesame seeds. A set of 3 parts: a lid, a sliding part, and a transparent container. The transparent container has a wide mouth shape that makes it easy to put sesame seeds.
Put roasted sesame seeds in it, set it, and rotate it around the ground part to make the mashed sesame seeds fall off. It's not as fine as the ones on the market, but the fragrant sesame scent spreads softly and is appetizing. Once you enjoy the freshly ground sesame seeds, you may not feel like buying ready-made sesame seeds.
Wet roasted sesame seeds and peeled roasted sesame seeds may be difficult to pickpocket. You are instructed to always use dry roasted sesame seeds.
Although it was a little difficult to open and close the container, "Goruri" is a kitchen utensil that allows you to easily incorporate sesame into your meals. Why don't you check it out at Daiso's kitchen supplies corner?
Check out the previously posted article , "This is the" go-between "that you should buy for 100 yen." Introducing the usability of "Mini mortar & mortar set" and "Gorashiki".