from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A thick paste made from ground sesame seeds.
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- n. A paste made from ground sesame seeds; used to make hummus, baba ghanoush etc.
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- n. a thick Middle Eastern paste made from ground sesame seeds
The first of them – I suppose we could call it "tahini tracking" – is just a disturbing replay of a 60-year-old mistake.
Ginny took a bite of pita dipped in tahini, then said "Mmm, you have to try this."
BTW, tahini is available in Morelia at the health food store near INAMI and its branch on Av. Universidad.
Had some grilled beef/lamb in tahini sauce that I damn near licked the plate clean of.
Today sesame seeds are used for oil, candy, cake, flour and the sesame paste called tahini, which is sold as ajonjolí molido in the markets of Central Mexico.
Sesame seeds are made into the seasoned Middle Eastern paste called tahini, are added to rice balls and made into a tofu-like cake with arrowroot in Japan, and made into a sweet paste in China, as well as decorating a variety of baked goods in Europe and the United States.
I love the idea of tahini paired with the dark chocolate and cherry.
(I found that my tahini was a little bitter and that the lemon was a bit much, so I added additional olive oil to tame both.)
Rather than using tahini, which is in effect sesame butter, I use peanut butter.
The primary ingredients in this confection are sesame seeds or sesame paste called tahini, sugar, glucose or honey, and egg white.
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