Argan Oil slightly roasted

Synonyme / Languages:
Argansamenöl leicht geröstet, Arganöl leicht geröstet, Arganoel leicht geroestet, Argan oil light roasted, Argan olie, Argan öljy, Argano aliejaus, Argan olje, Oleju arganowego, Arganového oleja, Arganovo olje, Aргановое масло.
Ingredients (INCI):

Argan oil slightly roasted is a pure vegetable oil that is extracted from the seed of the fruit of the argan tree (Argania spinosa). Characteristic for the high-quality oil are the origin (South-West Morocco) and the production process because the Argan seeds, similar to the coffee beans, are slightly roasted before the pressing. Afterwards, they are cold-pressed purely mechanically so that all flavorings and ingredients remain intact. Filtration does not take place; the oil is merely decanted. Deposits can thus form, which, however, do not imply a loss in quality, but merely indicate the careful method of production.

Argan oil contains about 18% saturated, 43% monounsaturated and about 38% polyunsaturated fatty acids. The oil contains only a few omega-3 fatty acids, but about 35% omega-6 fatty acids and about 45% omega-9 fatty acids. It also contains the vitamins E and A, as well as a variety of other substances such as sterols (spinasterol and schottenol) and carotene. The energy value is about 3752 kJ, which corresponds to about 896 kcal.

Compared to refined edible oils, argan oil slightly roasted is slightly thicker and has a sharp, slightly roasted smell, fine like walnuts and goat's cheese. The taste is nut-like, sometimes sharp, biting, similar to smoked goat's cheese, with a hint of roasted aromas.


Argan oil slightly roasted is first an exquisite gourmet cooking oil that is used in the cold and warm kitchen. Due to its temperature resistance, it can also be used for sweating and frying. It is ideal for marinating cheese, grilled meat or fish, as well as for seasoning and refining food.


Argan oil slightly roasted is used in the cosmetics and pharmaceutical industry. The oil is a good foundation for ointments, creams and lotions. It is also increasingly used in cleaning products such as soaps, liquid soaps, shampoos and hair conditioners.

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