Maple Garlic Tahini Dressing that will completely transform your salads, veggies, and so much more!
I hit the salad dressing jackpot and I am sharing some of my winnings with you all. Last week I made this maple garlic tahini dressing and I don’t think I ever want to dress my salads with anything else. I seriously think I would consider taking a bath in it if I had the option, is that too much?! Its so delicious and it can be put on basically anything. Except desserts. Or maybe it can, but don’t say I recommended it!
In order to prove that point, I’m coming up with a list of things that you could do with this sauce. Aka, you should probably make it soon so your next meal can include it. I’ll start with the obvious: salads, dip raw veggies into it, or how about pouring it over roasted veggies, using it as a sauce for pasta, spreading it on toast. You could even add dip crackers into it. The options are absolutely endless and you’re probably going to want to try them all, I mean look how creamy it is.
The texture is amazing and the flavors are exceptional. Perfectly garlicky with a hint of sweetness from the maple syrup. All you need to do is blend everything together in a blender or food processor and that’s it! I even used my little Nutribullet because it was easy for a small portion.
So long are the days of chemical, preservative filled salad dressings that are made with an insane amount of weird ingredients (WHY SO MUCH SUGAR?!) Give this dressing a try – I think you will love it!
- 1/3 cup tahini
- 1 lemon, juiced – about 3.5 Tbsps.
- 1/3 cup water
- 1 Tbsp. maple syrup
- 1 tsp. minced garlic.
- 1/2 tsp. salt
- Place all ingredients in blender or food processor and blend until creamy.
- You may need to add more liquid depending on desired consistency.
- Store in the fridge.
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