Conventional & black Tahini
The exquisite paste from crushed sesame seeds that is widely used in Middle Eastern cuisine
Tahini is a common ingredient in popular foods around the world, including hummus, halva and baba ganoush. Preferred for its smooth texture and rich flavor, it can be used as a spread, salad dressing or condiment. It also boasts a long list of nutrients and several health benefits, making it a must-have for any kitchen pantry.
◆ Middle Eastern cuisine such as hummus.
◆ Peanut butter substitute for nut allergies people.
◆ Non-Dairy alternative of butter and spreads.
◆ Bakery fillings.
◆ Dressing, sauces and dips.
◆ Confectionery products as Halva.
◆ Omega 6 and 9.
◆ Gluten free.
◆ Vitamin E.
◆ Source of protein.
◆ Minerals: calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.
◆ Low sodium levels.