Recipe by CardaMom
This is the best tehina I've ever tasted! My mother in-law taught me how to make it. I love the texture, it's very light and creamy. You can use it in hummous, baba ganouj, salad dressing or on it's own as a spread or dip.
Directions See How It's Made
- Mince garlic in food processor Add tehina While food processor is running add water SLOWLY, approximatelty one teaspoon at a time You'll notice that the tehina will begin to clump up and look like it's separating.
- Continue gradually adding the water, allowing it to become incorporated into the tehina before adding any additional water.
- Add lemon juice and salt to taste Note: the tehina will look thin and runny.
- It will thicken and become light and creamy when chilled in the refrigerator.