Hungry and with little time to spend in the kitchen – this 5 minute tahini sauce is born! It’s so easy to make, most ingredients you probably already have and you can substitute the ones you are missing. I am huge fan of homemade sauces, this way you have control over the quality of each ingredient.
I made this tahini sauce to go on top of my cauliflower wings and it totally hit the spot. You can also use it over rice or steamed vegetables or as a dipping sauce for sweet potato fries. The options are endless.
Second main ingredient is miso paste – if this is not a staple in your house – I highly suggest you start to experiment with it – it will change your life, I promise! I am a gluten-tard (gluten-free) so I buy the gluten-free miso paste, but I am told the taste is the same as the regular version.
OK let’s dive in and I hope you enjoy this 5 minute tahini sauce as much as I have!
5 Minute Tahini SauceDifficulty: Easy
A bunch of substitutions are possible with this recipe. Below in parentheses I suggest alternatives.
1 tbsp tahini [peanut butter or almond butter]
1 tbsp tamari sauce [GF soya sauce]
1 tsp GF miso paste
1 tsp of fresh ginger (grated)
1 tsp sesame seeds
1 tsp black sesame seeds
1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
1/2 smoked paprika [paprika]
1 tbsp water
- Mix your tahini with the tamari sauce and miso paste.
- Then add ginger, sesame seeds and all the spices. Mix really well.
- Lastly, add the water and mix until you get the a nice creamy consistency. You can addd more water for a more liquidy sauce.
- Double this tahini sauce recipe and store in the fridge for up to 1 week.
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