There's Nowhere this Poppy Can't Go
Everything bagel seasonings are popping up everywhere, and if you've tried one, you know why. Open Sesame Everything Bagel is the perfect blend of savory onion and garlic, enhanced with nutty sesame and poppy seeds and just the right amount of salt. This magical blend adds a salty-crunchy-garlicky coating to anything and everything.
For a flavorful, crunchy boost, sprinkle Open Sesame on:
- Eggs and egg bakes
- Compound butter
- Salads and coleslaws
- Roasted meats & seafood
- Dips, Sauces & More
Our Open Sesame Everything Bagel blend packs a ton of flavor with just the right amount of salt and 4 simple ingredients:
Sesame Seeds: The pearly white seeds you find on your hamburger buns are hulled from the sesame fruit then dried or toasted. Sesame seeds add a nutty taste and a delicate crunch to dishes.
Garlic: Like any good seasoning, this one has a generous amount of garlic, which adds a great aroma and savory flavor to pair with the onion.
Onion: Onion is the calling card of the everything bagel. It's slight sweetness balances out the garlic and adds extra depth and texture to the blend.
Poppy Seeds: Most often associated with bagels, bread and muffins, poppy seeds tend to be forgotten among the other seeds we use when cooking. These tiny black seeds add great color, flavor and crunch.
For most applications, shake seasoning directly on veggies, meats or into sauces or dips. If using as a coating, we recommend baking or grilling in a cast iron pan, not directly on the grill grates as the sesame seeds can fall off or burn in direct heat.
The easiest way to up the flavor on your salmon. Just shake on, bake and enjoy!
Think of this dip like a deconstructed version of your favorite bagel with lox. This easy dip features creamy cream cheese swirled with our crunchy and savory Everything Bagel seasoning and topped with flaked baked salmon.
Everything is better with bacon, especially veggies! These tender and snappy green beans are tossed with salty bacon and a generous coating of Grate State.