1/2 Cup Jar – 2.4 oz
Ingredients Include: Sesame Seed
$2.00 – $4.50
Sesame seeds are thought to have originated in India or Africa. There are three different types of sesame seeds- pale or golden brown, black and white, which is the most common. White seeds are hulled, which shows the seed’s true color, while black and golden seeds are not. Sesame seeds are a great way to add a slightly nutty flavor and texture to many dishes. Try them in stir-frys, or on chicken, veggies, noodles, and fish.
For an added nutty flavor, lightly toast your sesame seeds in a dry pan over medium heat. Toast just until seed turns light brown and a nutty aroma is released. You can also extend the shelf life of your sesame seeds by storing them in the freezer.
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