The tahini, sesame sauce typical of Middle Eastern cuisine, is easy to prepare and can be used in many and various preparations, such as salsa in sandwiches, salad dressings, and is essential for the preparation of hummus.
The original recipe calls for toasted sesame seeds before you chop them, but I prefer to leave intact all their property and therefore not toast them. In fact, the sesame seeds are rich in calcium and other minerals.
Once you cooked you can store in a glass jar in the refrigerator for about a week.
♥ 100 g sesame seeds
♥ approximately 70 g of organic sesame oil
Chop sesame seeds until pulverizing them. In blender add the oil slowly until you get a thick consistency. Add salt.
The sauce is ready, we have to serve it as is or use it for other dishes. I love it in the sandwiches!