Recent Examples of sesame from the Web
What's the best way to introduce Europe — and European history — to a reluctant traveler who's intimidated by long flights, foreign languages and food that has never known the confines of a sesame seed bun?
Serve on toasted sesame seed buns and top with favorites such as shredded lettuce, chopped green chilies, salsa and Mexican-blend shredded cheese.
His falafels, for example, are made with fava beans instead of chickpeas and also include sesame seeds.
Add to the noodles with the bell pepper mixture, scallions, sesame seeds, salt, and black pepper.
The flavors were round and the sesame seed garnish a welcome touch.
Toppings: Chashu pork, scallions, mushrooms, bamboo shoots, fish cake, sesame seeds, pickled plum.
Chef Barrera says the mole has 39 ingredients, including six different peppers, peanuts, sesame seeds, ground almonds and chocolate, just to name a few.
Moist, fudgy and complex, thanks to date syrup, teff flour and halvah (sesame-paste candy).
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Origin and Etymology of sesame
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
SESAME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sesame for English Language Learners
: a plant that is grown in warm regions and that produces small flat seeds that are used in cooking and as a source of oil
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