Tahini Paste

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Falafel isn’t complete without tahini, and a gyro isn’t the same without a dab of tahini sauce. This delicious paste originated in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine and is a global favourite. It’s also used in Asian and Greek cuisine.


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Tahini is a paste made with sesame and may be used as a spread, a dip, or a dressing, and it’s a primary component in hummus and baba ghanoush, among other recipes.

Natural Moreish offers 100% natural Tahini paste with no additives or preservatives. Keep this delicious and beneficial paste in an air-tight container in a dark and cool place. Storing it in the refrigerator may help keep it fresh for extended periods.

General Information

Tahini is just a paste prepared from mashed sesame seeds. You may use it to produce savoury sauces with other ingredients like garlic and olive oil, or You can use it to bring flavour and nutrition to sweet meals.

Tahini paste is formed from roasted hulled sesame seeds that have been crushed. The paste is combined with natural oil to achieve a rich, creamy texture.

Tahini tastes just like sesame seeds, which are its main component. Tahini has a taste characteristic that is savoury, astringent, and earthy. It has an oily consistency and is heavy in fat. Tahini is a light-coloured paste produced from hulled white sesame seeds. Tahini can also be made with black sesame seeds, resulting in a darker product.


Nutrition Facts

Use Cases

You can use tahini paste in many different sweet and savoury dishes, such as Hummus, Falafel, Tahini Sauce, Salad dressings, Halvah, Ice-creams, and Brownies.

  • Dip raw vegetables in it. When looking for a dip for crudités, try tahini instead of ranch dressing for a quick snack. Add lemon juice, salt, and a touch of pepper or spicy sauce for added flavour.
  • You can spread it on toast. Tahini can be part of a healthy breakfast on whole-wheat toast, possibly with a bit of honey or agave syrup.
  • Drizzle it over the falafel. Warm-up store-bought froze falafel and pack it into a pita for a quick summer supper. Drizzle the tahini over the sandwich after thinning it with a few tablespoons of hot water and lemon juice.
  • Make tarator sauce with it. Tarator is a little-known but well-loved versatile sauce that goes exceptionally well with grilled chicken or boiled veggies. 12 cup tahini, 12 cups lemon juice, and 14 cups parsley, with four minced garlic cloves. In a food processor, pulse until mixed.
  • Toss it into your salad. Replace your balsamic dressing with a tahini-based salad dressing.
  • Make two sesame burgers. Why should the bun receive all of the sesame attention? Tahini is an excellent mild sauce for meats. Use plain or season it with lemon juice and smoky paprika before spreading it over a burger. The Mediterranean motif would be complete with some feta and cucumbers.
  • Add it to the soup. Tahini, like peanut butter, works well as a flavour enhancer and thickener in soups.
  • Serve the main course, Ghanoush, Baba Bake a young eggplant until it is tender. 2 tablespoons tahini, one clove of smashed garlic, lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste. Cut a slit in the eggplant and stuff it with tahini for deconstructed baba ghanoush.


Organic tahini has a limited shelf life, lasting up to a month in the refrigerator. Tahini, like nut butter, separates over time.

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