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Tahini

Cooking is no rocket science, if you don’t believe me then try this to die for dip. Though it is of the middle eastern origin and is largely used in Lebanese food. I often use this as a dip. This recipe only takes 5 minutes to prepare.

 

Seasame seeds  1cup ( roasted & powdered)

Olive oil ¼ cup

Toast sesame seeds for 5-10 minutes, tossing the seeds frequently with a spatula. Do not allow to brown. Cool for 20 minutes. Preheat oven to 350 or you can even use a pan/ gridle

Pour sesame seeds into food processor powder it  and add oil. Blend for 2 minutes. Check for consistency. The goal is a thick, yet pourable texture. Add more oil and blend until desired consistency.

Tip:

1) Soak one red chilli in oil & blend it well . You can add salt accordingly.

2) Store it in the airtight container for 2 months.

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One Response to “Tahini”

  1. Maillot Alg茅rie says:

    This is a really good read for me, thank you!

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