Tahin buy at Veganisation.de

Tahini, Tahini, Tahini and delicious Tahini Paste order online with prescription from Veganisation.de. Tahin or Sesampaste is incredibly versatile. Whether on the bread, in vegetable dishes or for hearty homemade dips and sauces. The pasta made from sesame is full of valuable ingredients and should not be missing in any kitchen cabinet. Once you have recognized the delicious creations that are made with Tahin, you do not want to miss the creamy paste with the typical taste.

What is Tahin?

Tahin is a light brownish paste obtained from the ground seed of the Sesamp plant, one of the oldest oil plants in the world. The paste is native to Arabic, Indian and African cuisine. Here it is also called Tahini or Tahina. Here is the plant at home. The Sesamp plant has oval, ribbed leaves and has white or pink thimble-like flowers. From the flowers are the seed capsules with the white, reddish brown or black small seeds. For the Tahin, the unshelled sesame seeds are finely ground, roasted and peeled. Tahin is different in color. The dark Sesammus consists of unpeeled sesame and the white Tahin of peeled sesame. The Sesampaste has a special flavor and tastes aromatic and nutty-intensive.

In our online reform house, you will also find sesampaste without emulsifiers. A recognition feature is that the oil settles in the glass above. Do not worry, this is not a quality break. Before use, just stir it and use it for your prescription. So that the Tahin lasts long, store it best in the refrigerator, be stored.

Tahin homemade

Tahini is a Sesampaste and is suitable for many recipes. Roast the sesame seeds and mix it with oil and you have a quick simple tahine.

Tahin recipes

Hummus is one of the most famous recipes with Tahin and Sesammus. There is hardly a person who is not totally crazy about the chick pea puree, at the latest when one has tasted it. The combination of the full-fledged chick peas, the acidity of the lemon and the tahini is rounded off by fine exotic spices and fresh parsley. We'll give you a simple and fast hummus recipe. By the way, you will also find a variety of delicious recipes on our YouTube channel. This also includes the famous Hummus. Especially among vegan people, that is, people who completely forgo the consumption of animal products, Hummus has triggered a regular boom.

But as promised, here comes our hummus recipe:

Hummus Ingredients

200 g chick peas (pre-cooked, from the glass or freshly cooked)
100 g of Tahin (Sesammus)
3 tablespoons olive oil
1 teaspoon lemon juice
sea-salt
Pepper freshly ground
cumin
paprika
Fish parsley
1 teaspoon black sesame seeds

Hummus Preparation:

Add chick peas to a sieve and rinse.
Chill peas, olive oil, tahini and lemon juice together with a bar blender.
Season with the spices.
Cut parsley and mix
Sprinkle with sesame seeds.


Tahin healthy

Thanks to the small sesame seeds, which contain a lot of nutrients, TAHIN is definitely one of the healthy foods that have a permanent place in the health-oriented kitchen. Sesame and its paste is very rich in vital minerals and trace elements. Sesame provides the body with calcium, magnesium, iron, folic acid, zinc and selenium. This nutrient cocktail in combination with important vitamins provides for an antioxidant effect of the extra class. Antioxidants are responsible for the protection of the cells. They protect you from the premature aging and care so have a positive effect on health and beauty. The immune system is also particularly happy in the cold season.
The healthy fats of the sesame seeds ensure that the body can absorb the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K and are an important component of the cell skin and are needed for the production of important hormones.

Tahin use

Tahin is used in the kitchen mainly for hearty spreads and dips and as an ingredient in soups, sauces or hot dishes. What would be a hummus, Baba Ghanoush (Dip of grilled and pureed eggplant) or Halva (an Arab candy) without Tahin? Especially in vegan and vegetarian cuisine the Sesampaste is used very often and is used vegetarian spreads, soups, sauces, dressings or also as a cream substitute. Tahin is also suitable for the sweet kitchen. For this, you simply need the Tahin with sweeteners of your choice to sweeten, such as Agavendicksaft, Kokosblütenzucker or also Birkenzucker. The latter has almost no effect on the blood glucose level and even provides healthy teeth.

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