Looking for an easy way to add some delicious depth of flavor to your dishes? Look no further than Tahini Sauce. This simple sauce is quick and easy to make, and totally customizable to your own taste. Plus, it's perfect for fall recipes or this Chicken Caesar Wrap! Here's how to make Tahini Sauce the best and easiest way possible. Enjoy!
This super easy homemade Tahini Sauce is perfect as a salad dressing, dip for pita or falafel or drizzle for roasted veggies! I couldn't be more obsessed.
This creamy tahini sauce has made many appearances here on WGC and it needs it's own page for easy reference! It's hands down one of my favorite sauces and that's saying a LOT because you all know I'm obsessed with sauces and condiments.
Let's break it down shall we...
What is Tahini?
Tahini is made of ground sesame and a staple in many Middle Eastern cuisines. It's thick and you've seen it in its simplest form in many of my recipes for homemade hummus. When you add a few extra pantry staples to tahini, you can create the most incredible tahini sauce. That sauce can be used as a salad dressing, for dipping pita bread or pita chips, adding to roasted veggies or throwing it into a wrap etc. It's wildly versatile and really easy to make.
What is in this easy Tahini Sauce:
- a splash of olive oil
What do you use Tahini Sauce on:
- Avocado Kale Caesar
- Roasted Cauliflower
- Deconstructed Falafel Salad
- Loaded Falafel
- Chicken Kefta Wraps
- Chicken Shawarma Bowls
Now that you know how to make tahini sauce, and what it is, go forth and enjoy! This delicious condiment is perfect on roasted veggies, in hummus or dips, or even as a salad dressing. Get creative with how you use it – the sky’s the limit! Go roast some veggies, whip up a batch of your new favorite sauce, and enjoy!
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- ⅔ cup tahini
- 4-5 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 3 cloves garlic
- ¼ cup water, plus more as needed
- kosher salt to taste
- In a blender or food processor, blend together the tahini, lemon, oil, and garlic until smooth.
- Slowly stream in the water until you've reached your desired consistency that you can use for drizzling on salads, veggies etc.