Sesame seeds are oily little seeds that pack a nutty flavor, which is enhanced by toasting. Add them to stir-fries, dressings, or granola. They're also used to make a sesame halva and are great in peanut brittle or alone as sesame brittle. Raw seeds can be ground into a paste called tahini for Middle Eastern dishes, the most well-known being humus.
White Sesame Seed