Tahini, called "tahina" in some countries, appears prolifically in the cuisines of the Mediterranean and Middle East; the earliest known mention of it dates back to 3500 BC. A paste made from ground sesame seeds, it's often blended into classic dips, such as hummus and babaghanoush. Tahini-based sauces appear widely in Armenian, Turkish, Iraqi, Cypriot, Greek, East Asian, and Indian fare, and creative cooks worldwide recognize the versatility of this simple but flavorful and nutritious ingredient.
Ingridients : 100 % sesame seeds
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