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Sprinkle the sesame seeds generously across the surface.
Use spicy tuna in sushi rolls with avocado and furikake (a mixture of sesame seeds, seaweed, salt, and sugar) sprinkled on top.
Serve topped with the tofu and sprinkled with the chopped peanuts, sesame seeds and cilantro.
Scallop crudo is artfully scattered on vintage-style plates, and dotted with peach and hibiscus aguachile, hearts of palm and sesame chia seeds.
Remove wings from oven; brush with thickened glaze and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
Serve with a lettuce wedge and sesame bread sticks.
Mud crab is served with pumpkin seeds, egg yolk jam, and white pepper broth; smoked duck will be accompanied by fermented pumpkin and pumpkin seed miso; and a dessert of buttermilk ice cream will have black sesame, kumquat, tangelo, and mandarin.
In the agricultural commuities of the north, a shepherd may offer homemade cheese or citrus fruit from his farm, or bread baked fresh in a taboun (clay oven) and topped with za’aatar—a Jordanian spice blend of salt, pepper, thyme and sesame seeds.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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