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Toss to coat in dressing and sprinkle sesame seeds over sprouts and spinach.
Grilled hunks of pork belly mingle with onions and sesame seeds in a sauce that would be too hot for most diners if not for the sunny-side up egg atop the meat.
The dish was vibrant with color, heady with herbs and perfectly dressed with a light sesame dressing.
In a mixing bowl, combine coconut milk, sweet chili, sesame oil, curry paste and soy sauce to make broth.
Balthazar, Copenhagen: Opened in 2014, Denmark’s first champagne bar, at the Hotel d’Angleterre, is sleek and elegantly modern, with a mix of older vintages, top-grower champagnes, and popcorn with sesame seeds and curry.
Garnish with the cilantro and sesame seeds and serve.
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.
Sprinkle with sesame seeds and toss again just before serving.
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