I am dedicating a whole article today to this fantastically awesome, super delicious, green tahini sauce. Because it’s amazing.
Like, put it on everything and then lick the plate when you’re done amazing.
I made this to top off some roasted veggie pita wraps that I’ll be sharing soon. I’m not sure whether to call them wraps, tacos, or just pitas – it’s like an open-faced sandwich you fold in half like a taco.
I feel like you just can’t call a pita-thing a taco. It’s just wrong. But whatever you call them, they were SO GOOD. Thanks mostly, I think, to this sauce.
And maybe a little bit due to the spicy chickpeas (which are excellent for snacking as well).
But that’s going to have to wait for another day! Because today, all I want to do is tell you how to make this amazing cilantro and cayenne tahini sauce.
And honestly, there’s not much to tell you. Put all ingredients in a blender, and press go!
The key is the fresh and flavorful ingredients. With herbal notes from the cilantro, a bit of spice from the cayenne pepper, and a sort of bitter sweetness that’s creamy and rich from the tahini sesame paste, it’s an amazing flavor combination.
Plus, it’s lactose-free and vegan!
But really, that’s all there is to it.
And then, when it’s ready, you’re really going to love putting it on top of everything – pita sandwiches, salads, grain bowls, stir frys, and more. It also makes an excellent dip for fried kohlrabi, baked green bean fries, or zucchini fries.
Time to go get to saucin’!Print
This vegan tahini sauce recipe has cilantro and cayenne for maximum deliciousness! It’s perfect on veggie wraps, grain bowls, or as a dressing.
What will you enjoy this delicious sauce with? Be sure to let us know in the comments below. And when you give it a try, a five-star rating below is the best way to let other readers know how much you enjoyed it!
Photos by Raquel Smith, © Ask the Experts, LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. See our TOS for more details. Originally published on January 7th, 2016. Last updated: June 2, 2018 at 16:30 pm. With additional writing and editing by Allison Sidhu.
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About Raquel Smith
Raquel is a whole foods enthusiast, an avid mountain biker, and a dog lover. She works by day at Food Blogger Pro and formerly maintained her food blog "My California Roots" (now being merged into Foodal).