(tuh HEE nee) Tahini is a smooth paste made from sesame seeds. It is used as an ingredient to flavor Middle Eastern dishes and as a spread for bread.
Chicken Salad with Tahini Sauce
Tahini (tuh-HEE-nee), a thick paste made of ground sesame seed, flavors the dressing for this refreshing chicken and cabbage salad. Look for tahini in the ethnic foods section of your grocery store.
This garlicky tahini sauce is traditionally served with chicken kebabs, but we loved it with the beef kebabs as well.
Extra-virgin olive oil and lemon juice are the backbone of this dressing, but it gets a unique toasty flavor from tahini .
Side Dish Makeover: Broccoli and Grape Salad
red grapes and a little diced sweet onion. For the dressing, I whisked together: 1/4 cup plain whole milk yogurt 1 tbsp tahini 1 tbsp honey 2 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice and zest Stir the dressing with the broccoli and grapes, and season to taste with
adamant that hummus have enough of one thing: tahini . It’s not a true hummus unless the person making it had a very heavy hand with the tahini . As written, this recipe didn’t call for any tahini , so I went ahead and added it as well as a bit
Colorful Beet Hummus Dip
beets work just as well—and are way more convenient. Tahini , a paste made from toasted sesame seeds, adds a lovely nuttiness ..... ounce can small whole or sliced beets, drained 1/4 cup tahini (sesame seed paste) 2 tablespoons lemon juice
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Grilled Lamb Kabobs with Tahini Sauce
For many years now, I’ve tried to grow mint in my flower-beds-slash-garden, key word here being “tried”. For some odd reason, I was never successful. I know, I know: mint is supposed to be super easy to grow, too easy even. I’ve been warned so many times, you know: don’t grow mint, don’t grow mint,