List of sesame seed dishes

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A magnified view of sesame seeds

This is a list of notable sesame seed dishes and foods, which are prepared using sesame seed as a main ingredient. Sesame seed is a common ingredient in various cuisines, and is used whole in cooking for its rich, nutty flavor.

Sesame-seed dishes and foods[edit]

Tahini with lemon and garlic

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References[edit]

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