We share quite a few recipes on our site, showcasing how easy it is to incorporate tahini from breakfast to dessert. However, there are some that stand out not only to us, but are some of your favorites, too! Continue reading to uncover which 10 recipes were the most popular of 2020.
Goldie’s Tehina Shakes are so addictive they have a devoted following. They truly live up to their reputation as the creamiest, dreamiest shake in Philly! Soom Tahini lends its nutty flavor into this gratifying, rich shakes. After one sip, you’ll never look at a milkshake the same way again! Made vegan and naturally dairy-free, this creamy and decadent drink has been a runaway hit since the inception of Michael Solomonov’s and Steven Cook’s Goldie.
The second most popular recipe on our site is The Best Hummus Recipe Ever. We learned how to make hummus that’s perfectly seasoned and blended to perfection from some of the most celebrated chefs themselves. I guess you can say we’re hummus prodigies. This hummus is super fluffy, slightly acidic, nutty, and subtly garlicky – everything you’d imagine hummus to be! For a list of tips and tricks to achieve the best hummus ever, read our blog post.
This Tahini Miso Ramen with Crispy Tofu is not your average ramen. Topped with the crispiest oven-baked tofu, sautéed mushrooms, soft boiled eggs, cilantro, and chopped scallions, this tahini miso ramen will become your new go-to when take-out just won’t do.
Time and time again, our readers have asked for us to share more ethnic and cultural Middle Eastern- and Mediterranean-inspired recipes that highlight tahini, and we think we delivered this year. For a second year in a row, Michael Solomonov’s Baba Ghanoush was all the rage! And trust us, we understand the craze behind his take on this slightly smoky classic Middle Eastern dish.
The Tahini Table stole this recipe, that’s how loved it is! If you’re in need of a (Caesar) dressing that takes your salad game to the next level, your search has ended. Our Creamy Tahini Caesar Dressing is a healthier alternative to the classic without cream or oil. Take your salad, wrap, or sandwich from boring to brilliant!
Cleaning is not one of our favorite pastimes, so introducing our friends to a simple one-pan dinner was ideal. Clearly, you agreed! This mediterranean chicken dish is layered with flavor thanks to acidity from fresh lemon juice, marinated artichoke hearts, and sundried tomatoes. This recipe makes for a well-balanced weeknight dinner that comes together in less than 1 hour.
We made it one of our goals this year to get more chocolate tahini recipes made for you, and it seemed to pay off with this breakfast option! If your cravings run so deep that you need chocolate first thing in the morning, give these super chocolatey Double Chocolate Tahini Banana Muffins a try. They’re gluten-free and perfectly tender. You might even forget they’re secretly good for you!
These cookies were a hit from the get-go and a recipe we had to share throughout this year because comfort was king in 2020. If you hadn’t given our Double Chocolate Chunk Tahini Goodies a go, it’s the most perfect time of the year to do so. Made from Soom Chocolate Sweet Tahini and semi-sweet chocolate chunks, these cookies celebrate the union of chocolatey, slightly nutty, and sweet flavors.
Adeena Sussman’s Chewy Tahini Blondies from her celebrated Sababa cookbook were made for this list. These blondies are chewy, nutty, and perfectly sweet. We’ve tried resisting the urge to eat the whole pan in one sitting, but rarely succeed. They freeze well so you can always have dessert just an arm’s reach away.
Like you, we love a dip that’s so versatile, it can be added to an array of dishes and uses. That’s what you’ll find with this creamy Garlic Yogurt Tahini Dip and why it’s enjoyed by so many. Pair it with crackers for a holiday crudite platter or dress up your Salmon Cakes with this delightful dip.