Drizzle with sesame oil and sprinkle with salt and toasted sesame seeds.
Dress with toasted sesame oil and seasoned rice vinegar.
Scatter snipped nori and toasted sesame seeds over steamed white or brown rice.
Season with salt, a pinch of sugar, and a few drops of sesame oil.
Transfer filling to a medium bowl, and add sesame oil and a pinch of white pepper.
They were the size of sesame seeds, and their activity rate was millions of times faster than ours.
Instead of the ubiquitous tom yum, he serves squid-ink-and-hot-sesame-oil soup.
The chef shows us the delicately-scented sesame oil in which he fries the battered seafood and vegetables.
The restaurant slices it raw, simmers it in lard, and tucks it into a soft sesame bun under a scoop of ricotta.
Beat eggs with a fork and add a few drops of sesame oil.