If you've ever eaten hummus chances are you've eaten tahini. It's a sesame seed paste that's similar to a nut butter but thinner in texture and more subtle in flavor. Tahini is a key ingredient in the classic chickpea dip but don't limit it to hummus, that's not the only dish where the rich, nutty flavor of tahini shines...see below!
Brown-Rice Cakes with Toppings
No Tahini? No Problem! Whip Up Smooth and Creamy Hummus Without Saying "Open Sesame (Paste)"
seared beets with turmeric-tahini broccoli and salmon
Seared Beets with Turmeric-Tahini Broccoli and Salmon
45 mins