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Snap Kitchen, which has four locations in the city, as well as stores in Malvern, Villanova, and Wayne, serves the poke over black rice and combines it with edamame for extra protein, black sesame seeds for texture, and crunchy red cabbage.
The nutty, thick paste made from ground sesame seeds is a staple in the Middle East.
Default ingredients include soft potato wedges that absorb the sauce, as well as broccoli, celery, cauliflower, soybean sprouts, and bright red chiles with cilantro and sesame seeds.
In a medium bowl whisk together the sesame paste, juice and chili power.
This version has sesame paste, adding a fuller, savory layer.
Flavor the dough with fresh herbs, spices or cheese; top them with sesame, poppy, sunflower or other seeds, or maybe old-fashioned oats or nuts.
Add red pepper, edamame, green onions, red cabbage, sesame seeds and chia seeds.
Standout brioche buns are baked fresh daily and dotted with white and black sesame seeds, and the burgers are perfectly cooked to order, with fantastic specialty options.
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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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