Toasted Sesame Seeds
These toasted seeds contain an even nuttier flavor than the untoasted white sesame seeds. Because the toasting process has released their full flavor, these are often used on a dish after its been cooked.
Try sprinkling on bread fresh out of the oven or toss on salads to add some texture. These are also a great, cholesterol-free addition to trail mixes and granola blends. Due to their high oil content of about 50%, we recommend storing them in the freezer to increase shelf life.
Flavor of Toasted Sesame Seeds
These toasted, hulled white seeds have a nutty flavor and pair well with cardamom, cloves, coriander, and ginger.
Uses of Toasted Sesame Seeds
Add to candies, cookies, pastries, and trail mixes or granola blends. Sprinkle on salads, breads, and stir fries. Mix into dressings. Store in freezer to maintain freshness.
Toasted Sesame Seeds Recipe
For 5-6 T of mix: Grind 1/4 oz Thai chiles into a powder and mix with 2 T brown sugar, 1 T kosher salt, 2 t sweet smoked paprika and sesame seeds, 1 t dried minced green onion, pepper, and ginger, and 1/2 t dried garlic