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How to make tahini sauce recipe from scratch very easy to follow. Tahini sauce recipe from DedeMed.
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Hey everyone, welcome back to Dede’s Mediterranean Kitchen. Today we’re going to be making Tahini, not Tahini sauce, Tahini ; the actual Tahini paste. I am going to teach you how to make it because I have gotten a lot of emails and a lot of comments asking how to make this at home. Now remember you can get this recipe and all my other recipes at my website at dedemed.com. You can join my tweeter, my facebook or my social network.
We are going to go over the ingredients. There is only two ingredients that you are really going to need for this dish. It is sesame seeds, so you are going to need a lot of sesame seeds and you are going to need a little bit of vegetable oil.
Now what I am going to do with the sesame seeds is I am going to actually toast them in the oven for about eight to ten minutes. Not until they are brown, but until they are just a little bit toasty. You want to get the oil – Removing the sesame seeds it makes it much easier to grind them up. If you want to keep the sprout, you don’t have to toast them. You can try as long as you have a good food processor. You can just blend them off with the olive oil and the food processor. I am going to toast them and then we’ll get to processing it.
Here are the sesame seeds. You see some of them got a little bit brown, it’s okay. But you see how they are nice and glossy. That’s because the oils in them are coming out when you heat them. The oil starts to come out of the seeds, or the nuts, or whatever that is you’re warming up. See and they smell amazing.
And we are going to put all of this into the food processor, very carefully. Be careful not to burn yourself. And then we are going to start blending it. I’m going to add a little bit of vegetable oil to it just to help it keep going.
So I have all the seeds in here now. I am going to add the vegetable oil, just like that. And then turn on the blender and let it go for about a minute or two. Scrape it around. Let it go again for another minute or two until you see it become a paste. Let’s get the process started.
I am looking at it and the Tahini looks really smooth. So I think it’s done.
Now I have a nice plastic container that I’m actually going to store it in so the next time I make Hamos or Tahini sauce or any other great things that you can do with Tahini, I have it ready to go.
I want to show you this. It looks like watery peanut butter. It looks like Tahini and it smells amazing.
So if you can’t find this and you can’t afford to buy Tahini because, you know, sometimes the ingredients can get expensive. You can just make it at home now. It’s easy. It’s a two step process. It’s ready to go to use it at all the dishes you love to eat.
I hope you enjoyed this recipe. Join me again for Dede’s Mediterranean Kitchen.