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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Tahini Dressing

This is a version tasty sauce used in the Middle East and Mediterranean use as a dressing on many things. Drizzled over meats, in falafel sandwiches, over veggies, etc. I think of this as an all purpose Middle Eastern dressing. It can also be used on a salad. You can buy tahini in a jar, but you can also MAKE YOUR OWN very easily, as shown here in my friend Phylis' recipe for Hummus.

1/3C tahini

2T apple cider vinegar

3 squirts of Braggs liquid Aminos (or 2tsp Soy Sauce)

2tsp honey

pepper to taste


Whisk together the first 5 ingredients. Than slowly whisk in water to achieve the consistency you desire.

p.s. If you are going to use this as a salad dressing, let me suggest, olives, feta cheese, tomatoes, green (or red) onion and cucumbers.

p.p.s. I LOVE falafal, but not all falafal are created equal! I am still in search of a good falafal recipe. I was hoping to flush one out with this Linky...but if it doesn't happen, or if anyone finds one down the line...please keep me in mind and share it! :-)

For a large selection of delicious salad dressings, visit A Dressing a Day Challenge


Jaime Lynn said...

YUM YUM YUM! Thank you for sharing this!

Rebekah Daphne said...

I love the concept of this dressing and fiddled with it to suit my tastes. :) In the end I doubled the honey, added some sesame seeds and ground cumin, put in 1/4 cup olive oil, and added a splash of water for consistency's sake. It was really delicious.