Sourced from Kashmir
It is used as a finishing oil to add flavour to recipes, sauces, and dressings. It can be used for pan frying, but try to avoid cooking it at too high of a temperature. At its smoking point, around 160°C, it can lose some nutrients and develop a bitter taste. Adding walnut oil to your salads can make you feel full. It is widely used as a replacement for butter and neutral oils in baking.
Walnut oil is a good source of Vitamin K and E, Choline, Phosphorus, Zinc, selenium. Recommended for good heart health since it maintains the cholesterol levels in the body by increasing the good cholesterol levels and decreasing the bad ones. It thus considerably reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
It is also known to promote hair growth, treat dry skin and improve sleep. Walnut oil massages are perfect for preventing and fighting fungal infections.