In the Dutch language, they call all nuts butter nut “pasta” instead of butter. The literal translation of this recipe name would be “Pinekernel Butter”. When I do not have raw tahini at hand, I use this in instead. It could also be used as a dip or as spread on raw crackers or raw bread.
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Note: I use a small hand blender with an S blade. In my mixer, the ingredients would not blend to a thick butter because the quantity is too small and it does not have a S blade. I think my hand blender is more a small food processor hand blender which I always use when I want to make a sauce, butter or spread.

1. Pour all ingredients together in a blender or small food processor with an S blade. Use only 1/4 cup water first. If bumpy, add more water up to 1/3 until it looks like butter, not lumpy. If after using all water up to 1/3, the mixture still lumpy, add 1 tablespoon (up to 3 more) of sesam oil and blend.

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By jirizarry

In the Dutch language, they call all nuts butter nut “pasta” instead of butter. The literal translation of this recipe name would be “Pinekernel Butter”. When I do not have raw tahini at hand, I use this in instead. It could also be used as a dip or as spread on raw crackers or raw bread.

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that's cool!

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I was just thinking today about trying to make my own tahini, this looks great

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I was just thinking today about trying to make my own tahini, this looks great

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that's cool!

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