This traditional Middle Eastern sesame paste (made from nothing but 100% high-quality sesame seeds, sourced directly from Sudan) is an absolute staple of the region’s cuisine, and finds its way into countless dishes. (It’s also a crucial ingredient for making hummus.) You’ll never run out of ways to use tahini – it’s so delightfully adaptable.
An essential ingredient in hummus, baba ghanoush, and other Middle Eastern dips. You can also incorporate it into dressings and drizzle it over salads. Mix it with date, carob, or grape molasses to make 'dibs w tahini,' a popular local sweet treat that goes great on bread.