Want something out of the ordinary? Spice up your nutty and healthy tahini with the help of different spices.
This type of tahini has a strong taste. And for people who like spicy food, you will surely love it. It’s a very simple dish to make which makes buying it is like having a lazy soul. What you just really need is 10-15 minutes of your beloved time and sesame paste. The best reason why you should make your own spicy tahini? It tastes way better than those store-bought tahinis in a jar. It’s much nuttier, healthier and fresh.
You can use Spicy Enough Tahini Dip in your falafel, salad greens, and as a chip dip. Savour every dip in a flavorful jar of your spicy tahini.
What makes your salad more unique is by adding it with a twist. Nutty and spicy taste – does it appeal to you? Add some tweaking on your tahini dressing by adding spices in it. Spicy Enough Tahini Dip has a strong tangy and spicy flavor that you will surely love. Home-made spicy tahini isn’t only healthy, but also you can adjust the spiciness that you prefer for your dressing.
Aside from that, don’t you know that tahini comes from sesame seeds? It has normally a bitter taste than others. But adding other ingredients like lemon, salt, and spices will make you go crazy over this dip. Why you should opt for this dip is because it is full of nutrients that your body needs the most. It’s the best source of calcium and protein. It contains a lot of good fat which is helpful for your heart. And the best benefit you can gain? It will help you lose weight faster, unlike other salad dressing can’t offer.
Time to make another batch of Spicy Enough Tahini Dip dressing, but this time we are going spice it up. Literally, spice up your regular tahini. Let’s gather the ingredients first.
What to do?
1: Heat a non-stick pan on medium level. Put the sesame seeds and all spices in the pan and roast. Use a wooden spoon to stir the dry ingredients, continuously. Be careful not to burn the sesame seeds.
2: once the sesame turns golden brown and aromatic, remove the pan and let the sesame seed cool down in a container and scatter it out.
3: Next, put the olive oil in a heated pan and fry the garlic until it’s brown.
4: In a blender, mix all the dry ingredients and olive oil together. Then start blending them all. Use a spoon to scrape down the paste on the sides of the blender. Blend until you achieve the consistency of the tahini dip you want. You can even add oil to adjust the creaminess.
5: store in an air-tight container and put in the fridge.
Note: spicy tahini paste will last for 1-2 weeks only
Dixya – “I am a huge fan of tahini dressing! In fact, I use it almost weekly. A spicy tahini is another reason to love tahini more. It’s an amazing idea.”