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These nutty little seeds are more than just an addition to your main course or side dish – they are a low-glycemic food and a source of both antioxidants and dietary fibre, making their health benefits far outweigh their size.
Use to garnish greens, sprinkle over Chinese-style chicken pastry rolls or add essential crunch to prawn toasts. They aren’t just for savoury dishes, though – our sesame honeycomb, cream and raspberry combo is one to remember.
Sneak the seeds into cake and muffin batters, pastry and bread doughs for an added nutritional boost.