Top Rated Sesame Recipes

Sesame Soba Noodle Salad
Surprisingly, the biggest caloric issue with sesame noodles is often not the sesame oil or the peanut butter… it's the actual noodles. So here's how I solve this quandary. Bell peppers basically become part of the noodles to provide fewer calories and bigger flavor. You'll cook the bell peppers right along with the noodles; so there's no extra cooking step required either. This cool meal-in-one is a definite winner (for lunch, dinner, or a picnic) for my eyes and palate. Click here to see 7 Great Chilled Noodle Recipes for Summer.
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Cold Sesame Noodles
Even though the weather is slowly getting warmer, cravings for a delicious bowl of pasta don't necessarily go away. Here's a solution: cold noodles! This dish is refreshing and crisp, while still having the comforting, hearty feel of pasta. The peanut-y sauce is creamy and rich, while the fresh veggies provide a cooling crunch. Enjoy! Click here to see more peanut recipes.
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For this Thanksgiving, make this salad. With hints of cranberry and sesame, it gives off the perfect amount of sweetness.  Click here for 15 Asian-Inspired Thanksgiving Recipes
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Spirnkled with white sesame seeds, these cookies are light and nutty. Click here to see Our 50 Best Cookie Recipes
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Sesame chicken is not really authentic Chinese food, but it is a classic dish served in Chinese restaurants throughout the United States. Lacking the Chinese takeout that so many folks take for granted out on the ranch, I learned to make this favorite takeout dish at home.
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Mint
Exotic flavors from steamy street markets from Marseille to Morocco. Click here to see 4 Summer Salad Dressings. 
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Sesame Grilled Meatballs
So I’m sitting here one day working on this book and I think to myself, why couldn’t you do meatballs on a grill? And guess what —  turns out you can, and they’re way easy, way fun, and way good. Who knew? Click here to see the 8 Unlikely Grill Foods story. 
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Sesame Miso Mustard
I've always chosen mustard over ketchup but recently rediscovered mustard, not just as a spread but as a dip as well. It's really low-fat and not very caloric, especially in the whole grain form, which is less processed than a yellow mustard. Whole grain mustard also has a nice kick that isn't as strong Dijon. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Condiments
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Black Sesame Fortune Cookie
Fortune cookies, if they get dressed up at all, are usually doused in some melted black or white chocolate. But, how about this: a black and gold fortune cookie that gets its eye-catching colors from black sesame powder and gold leaf. Suddenly, the lottery numbers aren't the most interesting thing about the humble fortune cookie. If you just want to make regular fortune cookies, omit the black sesame powder and gold leaf.
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If you wanted to make this a two-pronged meal, double the recipe and serve it for dinner, then have the kids take the leftovers for school lunch the next day. Pick up some extra Chinese takeout white boxes for extra fun in the lunchbox!Click here to see 10 Back-to-School Recipes to Make Your Kids Happy
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Spicy Sesame Hummus
A Middle Eastern dip with an Asian flair that’s perfect to bring to potlucks. The hot chile oil adds a subtle spice and lemon juice brings a citrus tang to this zesty hummus. This recipe comes to us from Lindsay of Cook. Vegan. Lover. See all hummus recipes.
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Sesame Noodles
I find nothing as yawn-inspiring as a food blogger who "yums" at their own creations. I see it on blogs all the time. "'Yum, yum and yum,' and did I say, 'yum?!'" I can hear them now, oohing and ahhing at their own creations. However, I may soon become part of this silly little navel gazing taste-bud gazing club. Tonight I made sesame noodles. That old dish from the Chinese restaurants in New York. I didn't think I'd be eating sesame noodles again, so I was overcome with enthusiasm — yum! Take that as a warning; the recipe might not be as miraculous to your palate as it is to mine.
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