Wednesday, July 4, 2018

tahini -

Tahini / tɑː.hiː.ni/ (also tahina / tɑː.hiː.nə/ or /tɑː.xiː.nə/; Arab: طحينة) is a spice made from sesame seeds and corn husks, which are similar to peanut butter. Tahini is used in Lebanese, Armenian, Greek, Cypriot, Iranian, Israeli, Turkish, Iraqi, Levantine, and North African cuisines. Tahini is served as cocolan on its own dish or as the main ingredient of hummus, baba ghanoush, and halva.