Argan oil in food 9 Essential Culinary Properties
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Argan oil in food 9 Essential culinary properties

Did you know that Argan Oil in food can be added in two ways?

If you want to know this and many more tricks and tips, don’t miss out on this post that we have prepared for you





 “Argan oil is a vegetable oil that can be found and consumed in two ways: roasted or raw”


Roasted argan oil


Argan oil that has been toasted has a dark color with an intense taste of walnut, hazelnut and sesame flavor. It is the most recommended for use of cooking for its organoleptic properties: aroma and flavor.

This variant is highly appreciated in “nouvelle cuisine” by the fineness of texture and the exquisite taste of dried fruits.

Meet the “Nouvelle Cuisine”


Raw argan oil


Conversely; The argan oil that has been kept raw has a light color and with a slight nutty taste almost odorless, but it is the one that maintains all the nutritional properties.

The argan oil virgin in the food supply is recognized for its flavor, aroma, and the wide range of benefits for our health scientifically proven by studies carried out in Morocco and in Europe.

It is advised to take two tablespoons of argan oil in the daily feeding on an empty stomach or during breakfast on wet bread or in the meal. This will maintain the nutritional needs of the body, protect the heart and a healthy life style.

Not only the taste is what makes it such a special product, its great value lies in the abundance of nutrients and the large amount of natural ingredients.


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9 properties that make it so special the nutritional power of Argan oil in food


1. It has a satiating effect.

2. It promotes intestinal transit.

3. Reduce cholesterol.

4. It decreases the risk of heart attack.

5. It prevents rheumatic and bronchial diseases.

6. It stimulates the brain capacity: improves brain performance.

7. Antioxidant effect on the hormonal system and in the process of menopause

8. Prevents diabetes.

9. Prevent cancer


“It improves the problems related to the heart, has a great antioxidant capacity and prevents and treats diseases as important as diabetes and cancer”

The most common uses of argan oil in food are as follows





① Condiments on salads or sauces.

② Fish, pasta and meat dishes.

③ Pieces of freshly baked bread, a Delight.

④ In combination with honey.

⑤ Amlou: paste of local ground almonds, honey and organic argan oil.

It is recommended to add it in the final process of cooking or roasting to increase the flavor and keep in turn all its ingredients that are sensitive to heat. It is also used for frying because of its stability at high temperatures and its fat content.


Through all this on the argan oil in the diet is considered a gourmet oil,

The price is around 20 € per 20 centilitres “


Price of a bottle argán oil .


In 2001, one of the argan oil cooperative called “amal” received the “Slow Food” award for the defense of biodiversity.

It is a prize which gives importance to the social life and agriculture, where they make a virtue of the need and the use of the products and culinary skills .


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In arganbelife we are delighted with the taste that gives this oil both raw and roasted in our food supply we encourage you to try it, you will not regret it.