Home-made whole-grain sesame tahini

Posted by on Jan 22, 2013 in Dips, Sauces and Spreads | Comments Off on Home-made whole-grain sesame tahini

Home-made whole-grain sesame tahini

It’s better to use raw whole grain sesame tahini, which contain the whole sesame seed, because in the skin of the seed we can find a big amount of minerals, such as – iron, calcium and magnesium.

A spoon full of raw whole grain sesame tahini contains more calcium as in – 2 tablespoons of cheese.

Therefore it is advisable to buy a raw whole grain sesame tahini in a nature shop and make your own home-made tahini spread (recipe below).

Because of its special process, the home-made tahini spread is also low in sodium, and therefore can integrate the menu for those who restricted by salt and sodium.

1 Tablespoon of a home-made tahini contains 45 calories.

 

Ingredients-
½ cup of raw whole grain sesame tahini
half to full glass of water
2 minced cloves of garlic
Fresh juice made from one lemon
½ cup of chopped parsley
Salt and pepper

 

Preparation-
pour the raw tahini into a big mixing bowl.
Then pure slowly, while mixing, the water, until the thickness suits your taste (therefor it’s between half to a full cup of water. As long as the mixture contain more water, the amount of calories in the spread will reduce).
*Don’t forget! The spread will be thicker as soon as it will be in the fridge, so don’t make it too thick.
Toss the herbs and spices gradually, and mix well.
Taste your spread and fix the spices according to your taste.
Finally, add the parsley and stir.

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reduced sodium
gluten free
rich in calcium
suitable for diabetics

 

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