Peanut-tahini-sauce-recipe

Peanut-tahini sauce (picky eaters trick)

 

 

This peanut-tahini sauce is your perfect ally when trying to up your family’s veggie consumption.

Most kids love the sweetish peanut taste, making it easier to gobble down a bowl of steamed or raw veggies.

But I also definitely recommend bringing a jar of this dreamy, creamy peanut-tahini sauce to work to juice up your lunch salads, quinoa, or Buddha bowl (picture below).

This peanut-tahini sauce is your perfect ally when trying to up your family’s veggie consumption.

Most kids love the sweetish peanut taste, making it easier to gobble down a bowl of steamed or raw veggies.

But I also definitely recommend bringing a jar of this dreamy, creamy peanut-tahini sauce to work to juice up your lunch salads, quinoa, or Buddha bowl (picture below).

Total Time4 mins

Ingredients

Makes 1 small jar

1 juicy lime (or a small lemon)
2 tbsp tahini
2 tbsp pure peanut butter
2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
1 tbsp tamari
0.50 tbsp pure maple syrup
3 tbsp purified water (or more, depending on the desired texture)
 

*Unless stated differently, my recipes are measured with US measuring cups like these ones


Directions

1

Combine all ingredients in a glass jar and shake energetically. For an even smoother texture you can use your food processor or a small whisk, but I think the simple jar technique works very well.

2

Refrigerate for up to a week but be aware it will thicken as it sits so add a bit of warm water each time you uses it again.

 

 

Ingredients

 1 juicy lime (or a small lemon)
 2 tbsp tahini
 2 tbsp pure peanut butter
 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
 1 tbsp tamari
 0.50 tbsp pure maple syrup
 3 tbsp purified water (or more, depending on the desired texture)

Directions

1

Combine all ingredients in a glass jar and shake energetically. For an even smoother texture you can use your food processor or a small whisk, but I think the simple jar technique works very well.

2

Refrigerate for up to a week but be aware it will thicken as it sits so add a bit of warm water each time you uses it again.

Peanut-Tahini Sauce (Picky Eaters Trick!)

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