Tahini dressing, also known as tahini sauce, is a popular topping across the world. It has a consistency similar to that of peanut butter. There are plenty of ways to relish the sauce; as a dip to have with raw vegetables, as a spread to go with the toast, to flavor soups, or as its name suggests, a dressing on salads. Just make a batch and store it in your storage container, so you can have a cup when you feel like.
Usually, white sesame seeds are used to make Tahini Dressing. However, one can also use black sesame seeds in the recipe.
Sesame seeds are the main ingredient that goes into the making of Tahini dressing. One of the most ancient foods on earth, sesame seeds are known for a slew of health benefits. They improve lipid profiles and normalize cholesterol, thereby boosting heart health. Sesame seeds also help keep blood pressure in check, fight cancer, and reduce fat, and boost the body’s ability to absorb nutrition. Tahini Dressing also contains lemon juice which is a good source of vitamin C and aids in digestion and weight loss.
The recipe stays fresh for 2 weeks if refrigerated in an air-tight container.
This sauce is gluten-free.
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How to make Tahini Dressing
Whisk togethersesame seeds, lemon juice, maple syrup, minced garlic clove, and salt in a bowl. Add water to get a creamy consistency.
Enjoy Tahini Dressing fresh or refrigerate to have later.
Tahini Dressing is commonly used in Middle Eastern cooking.
In many countries, Tahini Dressing is also called sesame butter.