Top Pros and Cons of Sesame Butter
Tahini or sesame seed butter is a staple ingredient or condiment used in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. Most commonly known globally in foods like hummus, baba ganoush, desserts like halvah, and blended with lemon and garlic in dipping sauces. Next to peanut butter, it is probably one of the top nut and seed butters utilized around the world especially in recent decades. Tahini (pronounced tuh-hee-nee) is made from the sesame seed which contains a very high amount of oil content. Historically it is one of the oldest oilseed crops produced by humans. On this page we will discuss the main nutritional benefits of tahini as well as some potential disadvantages.