Have you ever tasted a sauce so delectable you could pour it on everything? This perfectly light and creamy tahini goddess dressing is worth whipping up a double batch because we know you'll want to eat it on everything from salads to grain bowls. This dairy-free dressing takes minimum effort but gives you maximum reward. Serve it on your holiday table and watch your guests drizzle it over everything!
Adding roasted vegetables to a salad is the perfect way to celebrate fall flavors and seasonal produce. Drizzled generously with a delicious maple tahini dressing, this vegan and paleo salad will have your Thanksgiving guests going back for seconds.
Need a snack while watching the game or while the main course is still roasting in the oven? Get the party started with our Pumpkin Tahini Hummus! This dip is made with white cannellini beans instead of chickpeas to really bring out the seasonal pumpkin flavor. The smokiness is great for pairing with hearty root veggie chips or Honeycrisp apples.
Think fall: hot drinks, spiced foods, cozy sweaters, and changing leaves. This (vegan) soup captures the essence of Thanksgiving with every spoonful. Packed with Vitamins A & C, potassium, and fiber, this squash soup makes a great start to the meal, making mouths water and taste buds sing! We recommend topping it with sesame or pumpkin seeds for a little seasonal fun.
Thanksgiving isn't complete without stuffing. Tahini Cornbread Stuffing is unique take on your run-of-the-mill stuffing. It’s filled with holiday classics like onion, celery, garlic, sage, thyme, and butter. However, the addition of tahini adds a nuttiness we never knew we were missing!
What's a more classic dish than Mac & Cheese? This super rich, creamy version brings everything we love about the traditional recipe without all of the cholesterol laden dairy. And you know what that means? You can eat an extra serving without the guilt!
This Sweet Potato Casserole is everything want out of a casserole... it's sweet, crunchy, and has the perfect balance of fall spices. Flaky salt adds the finishing touch to this fall casserole that will make everyone at your table smile. It can even be made vegan!
Spice up your Thanksgiving side dishes with this roasted cauliflower recipe. It’s simple enough for a weeknight, but fancy enough for guests, or your holiday table. The cauliflower gets roasted in a super hot oven until it’s deeply golden brown. And while that’s cooking, easily whip up the spicy tahini sauce in the food processor or blender! This vibrant, herb-filled sauce gets its kick from harissa – a warm, spicy, North African condiment filled with a blend of chiles, garlic, oil, and acid. It makes a great drizzle or dip, and pairs beautifully with the roasted cauliflower and a handful of fresh herbs and lemon wedges.
Look no further for an easy way to add more veggies to your holiday table! The Roasted Butternut Squash with Orange Tahini, Walnuts, and Za’atar from The Tahini Table combines rusticity with sophistication and leaves you with a show-stopping dish. Top the roasted veg with a bright tahini sauce made with tahini, fresh orange juice, and fresh lemon juice. Then finish it off with a sprinkle of freshly toasted nuts and chopped herbs for a fall dish your family will be talking about until the next family get-together.
Seeking a fresh take for your Thanksgiving potato dishes? Look no further. With so many different ways to prepare, potatoes allow you to create your own adventure. Elevate your potato dish with a honey and tahini glaze for a flavorful and innovative side dish that pairs perfectly with any savory protein. We love this recipe because it’s quick and simple, allowing you to keep your focus on the more complex recipes.
Luckily, you’ll never have to choose between a pumpkin pie or cheesecake again! These Pumpkin Tahini Cheesecake Bites are a healthier version of the classic dessert, but you’d never know it. Full of nutty richness and layered sweetness, these pumpkin tahini cheesecake bites are a perfect treat to complete your Thanksgiving meal. Pair these cheesecake bites with a twist on pecan pie (recipe below) for a dessert spread no one can pass up on!
Having a tough time saying goodbye to summer and all the seasonal options it has to offer? You’re not alone. Our tahini apple crumble is a delicious and nutritious way to transition into the fall and winter seasons. Pair this apple crumble with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for the only dessert you’ll need this winter, especially this Thanksgiving. (There won’t be any leftovers, so make sure to whip up a double batch if you want to enjoy the morning after Thanksgiving.)
No holiday dessert spread is complete without a pecan pie. The melt-in-your-mouth chewy texture makes for a delectable finale to your Thanksgiving feast. Subbing our silan date syrup to the filling mixture creates a beautifully rich pecan pie that your guests will go nuts for. (pun intended!) This recipe is great for a quick and easy filling to a pre-made pie crust. However, if you’re feeling ambitious, make your own.