What Can I Do With Homemade Japanese Sesame Sauce?

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Q: Someone gave us a jar of homemade Japanese sesame sauce for Christmas.

I've never cooked with it before. Any recipe ideas other than using it as a salad dressing?

Sent by I'Ching

Editor: I'Ching, this reminds us of this recipe for spinach crowns with sesame sauce:

Winter Recipe: Spinach Crowns with Sesame Dressing

You could also use it with noodles; toss cooked soba or udon with quickly-cooked vegetables and the sesame dressing.

Readers, how would you use this sauce?

 

Related: Recipe: Cold Peanut Sesame Noodles

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