Spicy snacks perfect for anytime! I just created these the other night so i haven’t played around with toppings yet, but these would probably be good as chips for guacamole.
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Mix all of the ingredients in a bowl. Form into small balls (roll in your hand) and then place on a Teflex sheet. Flatten with a fork. You’ll have to put the dough back into place (some of it will crumble away from the circle) and then push and flatten into a circle. I think these are about a 1/4’ thick.
If you want these spicier, add more cayenne. If you don’t like the spice, just add more of the Spike Seasoning. These are really light and cripy!

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Spicy snacks perfect for anytime! I just created these the other night so i haven’t played around with toppings yet, but these would probably be good as chips for guacamole.

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SGMOM2: I'm not sure... maybe my blender just isn't as good as yours :) I had little pieces of sesame left over, not just liquid. I only blended for a few minutes, so maybe just don't blend as long (or get a cheap blender - lol :)
BATYA: I dehydrated these at about 110 for about 8 hours or so. I did them overnight so i'm sure they were done earlier, but i just wasn't awake for it.

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Thank you, Carrie!

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Hi Carrie...these do sound good. How long do you dehydrate and at what temp? thanks.

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Carrie,
When I make almond milk, I am left with lots of pulp but when I grind the sesame seeds, I get tahini with very very little pulp. It's more liquid than anything else. What am I doing wrong? I would love to try these. Thanks

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Have you ever made almond milk? It's the same concept. You want to take about a cup of raw sesame seeds and soak them overnight. About 12 hours or so will do. Then, rinse them very well before using. Put in a blender with about a cup of water and blend. Press through a cheese cloth or nut milk bag. You can add Agave and Cinnamon and Vanilla to your Sesame Milk. What you have leftover is pulp/meal. I hope this helps.

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Mmmm, sounds so good! CArrie, how do I make the sesame pulp/meal myself with my own seeds?

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