Pumpkin Seed Oil, first pressing from Austria

Good taste is shown by colour - with our organic pumpkin seed oil it is dark green. The art of roasting seeds is decisive for pumpkin seed oil. Only perfectly roasted seeds create the typical nutty flavour.

Green gold!

  • 100% organic quality
  • rich-nutty flavour
  • first pressing from Austria (Bio-Austria certified)
  • made from typical pumpkin seeds without shell
  • ideal health protection for men

Before Byodo organic Pumpkin Seed Oil, first pressing from Austria is pressed the organic seeds are roasted - in old tradition. Byodo Pumpkin Seed Oil lends a rich-nutty flavour to soups, sauces as well as raw vegetable salads and desserts.

Content: 100 ml / 0,25 l

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  • Ingredients & Info on production

    Ingredients

    • 100% pure pumpkin seed oil*
    *organically grownDE-ÖKO-013 / origin: Austrian Agriculture

    Information on production

    All organic byodo oils, frying oils included, are gained through a cold-pressing process, naturally won from the first pressing. These authentic, virgin premium oils are simply filtered after the cold pressing process. The frying oils and mild premium oils are washed in water steam (=deodorized). Packaged in cans, the oil retains its exquisite taste and essential ingredients.

  • Recipes

    PUMPKIN SEED OIL TIRAMISU

    Take ...

    • 200 g Mascarpone
    • 200 g Ricotta
    • 150 g Powdered sugar
    • 150 g cream
    • 75 ml Byodo Pumpkin Seed Oil
    • 30 g Pumpkin seeds, chopped
    • 4 tbsp. Espresso
    • 100 ml orange liqueur (alternative: Orange juice)
    • 1 pack ladyfinger
    • 150 g seasonal berries (e.g. raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, etc.)
    • a bit of sugar and water

    Preparation:

    Mix the mascarpone and ricotta until creamy, add the powdered sugar. Whip the cream until stiff and add it carefully to the mixture. Divide the finished cream into two parts. Carefully mix one part with Byodo Pumpkin Seed Oil and the chopped pumpkin seeds – this mixture will have a bright green color. Mix the Espresso with the Orange liqueur (or juice) and briefly dip the ladyfingers into it. Use a flat bowl to alternatively add the ladyfingers, the light mixed cream, the lady fingers, the bright green mixed cream, the ladyfingers the light mixed cream etc. until there is no more cream and no more ladyfingers left. Put the bowl in a fridge.
    While the Tiramisu is cooling mix the berries with the rest of the orange liqueur (or juice), a bit of sugar and a bit of water and let it simmer for 10 min. Puree and pass the berries through a sieve. Let the sauce cool down and pour it over the Tiramisu before serving it. Decorate it with berries. The Byodo Pumpkin Seed Oil gives the dessert a wonderful green color and a delicious nutty taste!

  • Nutritional Values

    Nutritional values per 100 ml

    Energy3415 kJ / 830 kcal
    Fat92 g
    Saturated fatty acids16 g
    Simply saturated fatty acids30 g
    Poly saturated fatty acids46 g
    Although we take the utmost care to ensure that all the specific information concerning the Byodo products on our website is correct, it is not possible to rule out isolated errors completely. As such, we always ask you to check the online product specifications against the information provided on the label of the respective product. Should you notice any inconsistencies, please notify us by sending a quick message to info@byodo.de.
Ingredients & Info on production
Recipes
Nutritional Values

Ingredients

  • 100% pure pumpkin seed oil*
*organically grownDE-ÖKO-013 / origin: Austrian Agriculture

Information on production

All organic byodo oils, frying oils included, are gained through a cold-pressing process, naturally won from the first pressing. These authentic, virgin premium oils are simply filtered after the cold pressing process. The frying oils and mild premium oils are washed in water steam (=deodorized). Packaged in cans, the oil retains its exquisite taste and essential ingredients.

Take ...

  • 200 g Mascarpone
  • 200 g Ricotta
  • 150 g Powdered sugar
  • 150 g cream
  • 75 ml Byodo Pumpkin Seed Oil
  • 30 g Pumpkin seeds, chopped
  • 4 tbsp. Espresso
  • 100 ml orange liqueur (alternative: Orange juice)
  • 1 pack ladyfinger
  • 150 g seasonal berries (e.g. raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, etc.)
  • a bit of sugar and water

PUMPKIN SEED OIL TIRAMISU

Preparation:

Mix the mascarpone and ricotta until creamy, add the powdered sugar. Whip the cream until stiff and add it carefully to the mixture. Divide the finished cream into two parts. Carefully mix one part with Byodo Pumpkin Seed Oil and the chopped pumpkin seeds – this mixture will have a bright green color. Mix the Espresso with the Orange liqueur (or juice) and briefly dip the ladyfingers into it. Use a flat bowl to alternatively add the ladyfingers, the light mixed cream, the lady fingers, the bright green mixed cream, the ladyfingers the light mixed cream etc. until there is no more cream and no more ladyfingers left. Put the bowl in a fridge.
While the Tiramisu is cooling mix the berries with the rest of the orange liqueur (or juice), a bit of sugar and a bit of water and let it simmer for 10 min. Puree and pass the berries through a sieve. Let the sauce cool down and pour it over the Tiramisu before serving it. Decorate it with berries. The Byodo Pumpkin Seed Oil gives the dessert a wonderful green color and a delicious nutty taste!

Nutritional values per 100 ml

Energy3415 kJ / 830 kcal
Fat92 g
Saturated fatty acids16 g
Simply saturated fatty acids30 g
Poly saturated fatty acids46 g
Although we take the utmost care to ensure that all the specific information concerning the Byodo products on our website is correct, it is not possible to rule out isolated errors completely. As such, we always ask you to check the online product specifications against the information provided on the label of the respective product. Should you notice any inconsistencies, please notify us by sending a quick message to info@byodo.de.

Did you know...?

  • The batch number is followed by the abbreviation of the home country of the particular seed.