Use Up Leftover Tahini By Subbing It For Peanut Butter In Baked Goods

Use Up Leftover Tahini By Subbing It For Peanut Butter In Baked Goods
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Sometimes, you have to get creative to use up leftover food, even switching normally savoury items into sweet ones. If you have leftover tahini, try using it to replace peanut butter in baked goods.

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It can be tricky to find the right substitutions for common ingredients, but the switch is easy in this case. Tahini is most commonly made of sesame seeds and oil, which is why you can use it to get that nutty flavour. You can even make your own by combining the two items in a food processor, adjust the amount of oil to influence the consistency. For more ideas on ways to use tahini, check out the full post linked below.

5 Smart Ways to Use Tahini [The Kitchn]

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