Tahini Dressing, Two Ways
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Coulinjo April 2, 2015
I have made both of these over and over since reading this post. Amazingly tasty -and it feeks so GOOD eating it.
Fogdweller May 20, 2014
Do you have a favorite tahini to recommend? I've tried a number (all costing dear prices) with a wide range of taste and texture and haven't yet found one I prefer.
Nptexas October 24, 2015
Maybe you won't get this reply to such an old post. I buy tahini at an Arab grocery store that caters to the middle eastern community. They cook with fresh mint, dill, parsley all the time, so all those items are much cheaper also. Good luck!
Anjanee S. May 5, 2014
I can't wait to try these recipes. The asian inspired one looks especially delicious!
je M. May 2, 2014
I recently fell in love with everything tahini. I used to find the taste bitter, but now I cannot get enough. Will keep these two recipes close.
Nomnomnom May 1, 2014
Thank you for posting these dressing variations. I am looking forward to making both of them!
AntoniaJames May 1, 2014
Bet they'd both be terrific on grilled vegetables, which I'll be practically living on for the next 5 months. Excellent timing. ;o)
kitkat May 1, 2014
You actually read my mind. I was just wishing for a good tahini dressing recipe this morning
Marian B. May 1, 2014
These sauces, on top of a rice bowl, are my type of comfort food. Thanks for the reminder to keep them on hand at all times!
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