- Spread (hummus) - blend cooked chickpea, garlic, lemon juice, tahini, salt, apple juice and oil, pour with grounded coriander and pour ketchup on the top, for example
- Butter substitute - if you do not want to use regular butter, tahini can make a great replacement
- Soups - you can make your soup different with two spoons of tahini
- Hash browns - you can enrich your favourite hash browns, perhaps oat ones, with a spoon of tahini
- Sauce - mix 3 - 4 spoons of lemon juice with sesame paste, crushed garlic, season with salt and pepper and serve along with meat or baked vegetables
- Sweet meals - try to combine tahini with maple or rice syrup, add a little bit of cinnamon and serve with grated cut apples
Sesame paste is definitely the most common seed butter. It can be made of both peeled and unpeeled sesame, salted or without salt. Paste without salt has the widest use, you can also use it for the preparation of sweet meals. Tahini made of peeled seeds is used mainly in Europe and in the Middle East, tahini made of unpeeled seeds is popular rather in East Asia. Sesame butter originates in ancient Persia, and in Israel, it was even considered to be a holy meal. Sesame butter is used for the preparation of traditional chalva, hummus or falafel.
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CompositionRoasted peeled SESAME seeds*. *ORGANIC. May contain traces of peanuts and nuts.
Store at room temperatures in a dark place. After opening, store in the refrigerator.