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Tahini Goddess Salad Dressing

Tahini Goddess Salad Dressing created by Sharon123

This tastes similar to the brand, "Annie's Natural Goddess Dressing." It's also great for chicken and just about anything else you can dip into it. Try it as a sandwich spread. NOTE: The recipe can be adjusted to your own taste preferences; more or less garlic or onions, etc., until you find the perfect combination of tastes to suit your family. This recipe is a good foundation recipe. NOTE 2: When using the food processor, don't blend too long which incorporates air, making the dressing very thick. Just add a little water to thin it out.

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  • Combine everything in a blender, immersion blender, or food processor. Do not blend for longer than necessary or it will get too thick.
  • Taste, (dip a leaf or cracker) to adjust flavors. If too thick add water, a tablespoon at a time, until it's the consistency you prefer.
  • Add a teaspoon more vinegar or soy for a stronger flavor.
  • A teaspoon more toasted sesame oil will add a "richer" flavor.
  • Store in the fridge in a jar with a tight fitting lid.
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"This tastes similar to the brand, "Annie's Natural Goddess Dressing." It's also great for chicken and just about anything else you can dip into it. Try it as a sandwich spread. NOTE: The recipe can be adjusted to your own taste preferences; more or less garlic or onions, etc., until you find the perfect combination of tastes to suit your family. This recipe is a good foundation recipe. NOTE 2: When using the food processor, don't blend too long which incorporates air, making the dressing very thick. Just add a little water to thin it out."
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  1. Pizzaman83
    I use a Magic Bullet to combine. For those who find the scallion too strong, add near the end of blending or hand mince and fold in. More labor but it avoids the overly strong taste that one gets from pureed members of the onion family.
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  2. Karen M.
    Very good recipe! I used unhulled homemade tahini in it. When finished, mine wasn't too thick at all, as others mentioned. In fact I also threw in a little homemade hummus and it was a great addition.
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  3. TmOlive
    It tastes pretty good but it was SOOO thick I had to add juice from 2 lemons & an extra 1/4 cup of water.
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  4. Orange Walk girl
    Very Good recipe. Thank you so much for posting. I used Bragg's raw organic unfiltered apple cider vinegar in place of the red wine vinegar to be more consistent with Annie's ingredients. I found that I needed a little extra lemon juice and vinegar. Looking forward to making it again and having fun tweaking it. Thanks again!
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  5. Orange Walk girl
    Very Good recipe. Thank you so much for posting. I used Bragg's raw organic unfiltered apple cider vinegar in place of the red wine vinegar to be more consistent with Annie's ingredients. I found that I needed a little extra lemon juice and vinegar. Looking forward to making it again and having fun tweaking it. Thanks again!
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