Go beyond sesame seeds and find out how to make sesame a go-to ingredient in your kitchen.
If the only time you eat sesame seeds is sprinkled atop a bagel or sushi roll, you may be seriously missing out. Sure, they’re tiny, but the nutty-tasting seeds are packed with heart-healthy plant compounds called phytosterols, and just 2 tablespoons provide 16 percent of the daily value of bone-forming magnesium. But sesame does
even more than that. Read on for four delicious ways to make sesame a go-to ingredient in your kitchen.