This sauce/dressing is a staple in my fridge. I eat it with veggies, on salad, mixed into nut pate’s. The miso really cuts the strong flavor of the tahini, but complements it, even my husband likes it(and he doesn’t like tahini!) When I ate cooked food, I ate on brown rice and stir fry. It is a great party dip with...

Recipe Directions

Put tahini and miso in a blender. Add water slowly, may need to use a little less or a little more depending on how thin or thick you want it. Thick for dip, thin for dressing.

Add your extra flavors at the end…if you want the tangy umeboshi taste, I would not add the cayenne and vise versa.

Lunablue's Thoughts

This sauce/dressing is a staple in my fridge. I eat it with veggies, on salad, mixed into nut pate’s. The miso really cuts the strong flavor of the tahini, but complements it, even my husband likes it(and he doesn’t like tahini!) When I ate cooked food, I ate on brown rice and stir fry. It is a great party dip with prettily cut veggies. I mostly just use the tahini and miso, but may add the other ingredients for varying tastes.

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sorry, but I don't see the miso listed. How much did you use? And does it matter what kind? thanks!

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Sounds yummy!

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I made this tonight because I had left over tahini. Very good. Its a little too salty for me with all that miso. In the future I will probobly 1/2 the amount. I didn't have any umeboshi paste so i'm not sure if that changes it any.

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i do something with tahini,miso,lemon juice,garlic and ginger..i use it as spread for sushi rolls....chefraw.com

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