Tahina - Queen of versatility

Posted by Info BabaHummus on

Tahina is made from ground sesame seeds and is commonly used in Middle Eastern cuisine. Here are some tips on how to eat tahina:

  1. Use as a dip: Tahina can be used as a dip for veggies, crackers, or pita bread. Simply mix the tahina with water, lemon juice, and salt to create a creamy and delicious dip.
  2. Use as a spread: Tahina can also be used as a spread for sandwiches and wraps. Add a dollop of tahina to your sandwich for a creamy and nutty flavor.
  3. Use as a sauce: Tahina can be used as a sauce for salads, roasted vegetables, and grilled meats. Mix tahina with garlic, lemon juice, and water to create a tangy and savory sauce.
  4. Use in baking: Tahina can also be used in baking to add a nutty flavor to cookies, cakes, and bread.
  5. Enjoy on its own: Finally, tahina can be enjoyed on its own as a snack. Simply spoon some tahina into a bowl and enjoy with a spoon or dip in some fruit slices.

Remember to store your tahina in a cool and dry place and stir well before using, as the oil may separate and float on top.

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