Lemon Grass Scented Sesame Cookie Crisps

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Lemon Grass Scented Sesame Cookie Crisps

About the Recipe: This thin, crispy cookie has a rich buttery nut flavor from the toasted sesame seeds.  A light back flavor of lemon grass and vanilla enhance the taste of this delicate cookie.  Serve along with your favorite fresh fruits for dessert.

Cook’s Note:  You can find tender lemon grass leaves on edible small plants at herb plant markets.  If desired, add light flavored lemon juice in place of liquid. Cookie will have a stronger lemon flavor.

Lemongrass –  What is it?

Lemongrass, a stiff grass native to India, is widely used as a herb in Asian cuisine. Evergreen in warm climates, lemongrass is a sharp-bladed, perennial, blue-green grass that grows in 3- to 6-foot-tall cascading clumps.

This citrusy plant plays a starring role in many Southeast-Asian cuisines, adding its unique flavor to everything from curries to cold drinks.

For More Information  See:
http://www.finecooking.com/ingredient/lemongrass

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