Sesame

Sesame Cookies

By Marcus Samuelsson | July 21, 2014

Photo by elana's pantry

These cookies come from my 2006 cookbook The Soul of a New Cuisine. The recipe is based on the sesame plant, which originated in West Africa and spread throughout the continent in ancient times.

Broccolini and Sweet Sesame Salad Recipe

By Joanne Bruno | June 24, 2013

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Nobody wants to be the hungry girl at the barbeque. As a vegetarian, this often means munching on a mediocre plate of lettuce that barely has the staying power to fuel sunbathing, let alone a round of pool volleyball. Not good.

Which is why when I’m headed to a summer fiesta, I always try to have a fabulously hefty salad in tow. My latest favorite is this broccolini and sweet sesame salad. It is chock full of green on green on green in the form of broccolini, snow peas and green beans, with some legumes added for protein and heartiness. The dressing is nutty, sweet and salty and is a nice change from the vinaigrettes that you so often see at this time of year.

Adapted from Plenty

For more Meatless Monday recipes, try:

Avocado Tomato Enchiladas

Black Bean Feta Tacos with Strawberry Salsa

Pizza with Escarole, Fontina and Walnuts

Indian Spiced Chickpeas with Rhubarb

Joanne Bruno is a food writer and fourth year MD/PhD student. Find more of delicious ramblings over at her blog: Eats Well with Others

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Korean Wonton Tacos with Napa Slaw Recipe

By marcussamuelsson.com | October 13, 2011

Photo: Matt DeTurck

Korea is well known for is their street food. Their big street stalls and food trucks offer a plethora of choices such as fried chicken feet, barbequed beef, and fried wonton dumplings. Korean street food is a perfect combination of authentic dishes that are ready-to-eat at an affordable price.

In this recipe we’re combining one of everyone’s favorite street food, the taco, with more Korean-style flavors. We replaced the regular taco tortilla and instead use fried Wonton skins as the “shell.” The sweet Napa slaw adds a hint of sweetness to the spicy Korean pork filling. The crunchy Wonton skin, the spicy Korean pork, and the sweet Napa slaw make for a perfect combination for a street food you can make right at home. Read More

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Pork Kimchee and Noodle Stir-fry Recipe

By marcussamuelsson.com | September 7, 2011

Photo: Naotake Murayama

Looking for an easy stir-fry that still tastes like summer, but will prepare you for the fall? Then look no further then this simple Pork Kimchee and Noodle Stir-fry Recipe. It may sound like a mouthful to say, but it certainly is one for your taste buds with the pungent taste of kimchee and the delicate tastes of zucchini and rice noodles mixed together to make this delectable stir-fry dish. Read More

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