Organic Za'atar Tahini
I love Za’atar and I love tahini, so big surprise, I also love this! The combination is divine - the za’atar is subtle, but the flavor comes through. It’s good drizzled on pretty much any vegetable you might want. I also made a dressing/dip with it plus avocado, garlic, olive oil, and lemon juice that is out of this world. Heaven in a jar!
I drizzle it on salads and it is SPECTACULAR!
Best Tahini Ever!!! So so delicious! Already ordered another one :) Not to mention the packaging is adorable
Tahini is a versatile, nutritious ingredient for cooking and baking, spreading and drizzling, or eating by the spoonful.
Our Organic Za'atar Tahini (16oz) is a delicious blend of tahini and za'atar spice, an earthy, flavorful spice blend, used all across the Middle East and Mediterranean. Use as a base for dressings, dips, hummus or on its own, drizzled over your favorite grain bowls, salads, roasted veggies.
Our tahini is an all natural product that's high in calcium, iron and protein. It fits perfectly in a vegan, gluten free or paleo lifestyle. But above all, it's delicious!
SHIPPING: It may take up to 10 business days to ship out due to high holiday demand. We cannot guarantee a specific delivery date. We are currently shipping Monday-Wednesday. Note that orders placed Wednesday-Sunday will not ship until the following Monday. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
ORGANIC ZA'ATAR TAHINIi: Hulled and roasted Ethiopian sesame seeds, za'atar. Contains sesame.
The tahini is certified kosher by OU. Please email us if you would like to see the certificate.
Our Za'atar Tahini is as versatile as it is delicious. Use it as an ingredient in savory dishes, drizzle it over toast or roasted vegetables, or turn it into a creamy vegan salad dressing. The possibilities are endless!
Unopened, tahini lasts for up to 18 months when stored in a cool, dry place. Once opened, your tahini will last for 12 months. We recommend storing your tahini in the fridge to slow the natural separation of oil, which may start to occur after a few months.
If you notice that your tahini has a layer of oil at the top, that doesn’t mean it’s gone bad! All you need to do is give your jar a good stir before using it.
Check out our recipe page for creative ways to use tahini in your kitchen.