Refining the recipe, getting pretty close to where I want it. The secret ingredient is a teaspoon of orange blossom water.
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AH! I love these guys. The bakery I use to work for made Pain de Muerto as well. I love the sesame seeds - great touch!
Using sesame instead of sugar originated in one neighbourhood of Mexico City I think, and they took it with them all over. I like it, topping with sugar is sweet than I like.