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We love the flavor of Tahini so I decided to try your "Seven Sisters Secret Sauce". I used it as a dipping sauce with pita bread wedges while we enjoyed our cocktail hour before dinner. Just put the ingredients in a bowl, stir and serve...doesn't get much easier than that! Thanks for sharing this.
Excellent combination! Omit honey and add a few drops of vinegar to get a different taste. Yummy!
This was a really good sauce, perfect for that leftover tahini that I always seem to have hanging around. Next time I will be more careful about how much lemon juice I add, or add more honey, because it was a bit on the tart side. But I kept sticking my finger in the bowl just the same. I served it over fish and rice.
had this with falafels, DELICIOUS. Tonight, I am going to have some as a topping on a whole baked potato. This could be a very versatile sauce, I think I might give it a go as a dipping sauce for chicken strips.
Wonderful. I used it instead of Tazhiki on my falafel. I had some creme frache left over so I used that instead of sour cream. Great stuff!
This is a delicious sauce. I, too, omitted the honey and next time I will cut back to 1 1/2 tbl mayo. Didn't need salt & pepper. I'm glad I found this recipe here, thanks Angela!
Wow did it take me ages to find tahini! Im glad I did though, this sauce was great toasted pitas!
I can't stop eating this sauce...it's sooo good on falafels. I've even made this a bread dip by adding cucumber, onion, tomato, parsley, cilantro, and mint. Thanks for an excellent versitile recipe!
YUMMM, it tasted like babaganous (sp?) to me! I loooove babaganous so this was great! I was surprised and my boyfriend a bit horrified at the ingredients. Yummm.... especially since I don't have an oven to roast eggplant to make real babaganous!