After googling “sesame seasoning” I needed for a recipe I found that although you can buy it at Whole Foods, it is also very easy to prepare. Most basic recipes are as simple as sesame seeds and salt, others add various spices. To this one I added nutritional yeast for a boost of B vitamins… because really who couldn’t use some extra B vitamins. My reading suggests sesame seasoning tastes great over steamed veggies.
¼ cup sesame seeds
¼ tsp salt
1 Tbsp nutritional yeast
1. Toast sesame seeds in a skillet, about five minutes.
2. Transfer to a blender then add salt and nutritional yeast (or whatever herbs/spiced you’d like) and grind into a fine powder.
Powdered Sugar is a place where I can talk about my highs and lows of being in the kitchen, share recipes, and just comment on all things food. The name "Powdered Sugar" came from my husband... who once used powdered sugar instead of flour when trying to make pizza dough.
I'm a stay at home Mom with a preschooler, a toddler and a newborn. We currently live in South Jersey, but Hubby and I grew up in New England. Before my newborn arrived I was obsessed with Facebook, photography and my slow cooker... I hope to get back to these things some day! I can stand to do without: the entire process of doing laundry and putting away dishes!