In the Kitchen

Ask Plated: What Is Tahini Made From?

Find out more about tahini, the ubiquitous condiment used in Turkey, Israel, North Africa, and various other countries.

Tahini is a condiment often used in Turkey, Israel, North Africa, and various other countries. Made with oil and ground sesame seeds, this rich paste boasts a naturally nutty flavor, making it highly versatile and perfect for sauces, dressings, and spreads. While tahini is delicious served on its own as a dip, it’s more often a part of other dishes—think creamy hummus or savory baba ganoush.

Sample tahini this week in our Charred Flatbread with Avocado, Roasted Vegetables, and Tahini

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