I would lightly toast them dry in a frying pan -- taking just a minute, don't let them burn! -- and then, add them to marinades and vinaigrettes. Also, you can roll little sushi rolls in them, just like they do with sesame seeds. You could also try adding them to some panko crumbs and dipping fish or chicken pieces in them, as a breading. Those seeds have a savory taste to them.
Isn't it true that our bodies can't break down these seeds and that we have to grind them in order to get the health benefits? I like the seeds in salads, but if they're not ground, it there any point?