484 recipes for "sesame"
Sesame Wafers

Sesame Wafers

Jul 14, 2005

Sesame seeds, or benne, were brought to North America from Africa. They are thought to bring good luck and are part of many Kwanzaa festivities.

Sesame Brittle

Sesame Brittle

This homemade take on sesame snaps is crunchy, sweet and nutty. For gifting, wrap them in squares of waxed paper and layer in a decorative box.

Sesame Snaps

Sesame Snaps

Dec 23, 2009

Dairy-Free   Egg-Free   Gluten-Free   Nut-Free
If you can't find roasted sesame seeds, roast your own on a baking sheet in a 350°F (180°C) oven, stirring twice, for 20 minutes. 

Glazed Sesame Almonds

Glazed Sesame Almonds

Jul 14, 2005

Crunchy coated almonds are extra nutty with the sesame seeds. You can also use this coating on pecans, walnuts and cashews. Offer a jar of these nuts as a hostess present.

Sesame Salmon Dip

Sesame Salmon Dip

Jul 14, 2005

Canned salmon (with bones) combined with yogurt and sesame seeds makes a versatile calcium-rich snack or appetizer. Cut up fresh vegetables for this dip, or use it as a spread on crackers.

Sesame Wilted Beet Greens

Sesame Wilted Beet Greens

Jul 15, 2009

Beet greens are as valuable as beets. Just treat them like spinach or Swiss chard. A simple addition of sesame oil or lemon juice enhances their flavour.

Apricot Sesame Thumbprints

Apricot Sesame Thumbprints

Apr 28, 2016

Sesame seeds add the perfect amount of savouriness to these otherwise sweet cookies. For a pretty finish, use your fingers to pinch together any cracks in the dough after you've formed the thumbprints.

Sesame Roasted Cauliflower

Sesame Roasted Cauliflower

Jan 20, 2006

These sesame-scented florets are a real treat, especially if mushy vegetables aren't a favourite in your house. Roasting may make the florets appear dry, but the first bite will prove how delicious and moist they really are.

Chinese Sesame Noodles with Chicken

Chinese Sesame Noodles with Chicken

Feb 1, 2006

You can quickly put together this scrumptious main course with leftover chicken. Look for sesame paste in Chinese and Japanese grocery stores; it's richer in flavour than its good substitution — tahini.

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