Bring your favorite pasta to the next level with this Spicy Tahini Pasta Sauce. With only 4 ingredients, it is vegan, gluten free and just super easy to make. You will having a hard time not to eat this sauce at once before the pasta is ready.
I know that pasta nights are a ritual in many homes. That’s no different for me.
It’s not a big surprise why pasta is such a favorite for everybody filling plates and bowls regularly.
Pasta itself is simple and quick to make. So I usually do that at least once a week, maybe sometimes 2 times.
But wait! There is more to explore and make you hungry. Just use the searchbar on the right, or check my Pasta Recipes category.
And today it’s time for you to meet my newest addition to this list:
This Spicy Tahini Pasta Sauce is here and just waiting for you. To make it fast and to put it not only pasta, it’s just so good.
Whatever is your favorite pasta, go ahead an make it. Then we are ready to get saucy.
My Spicy Tahini Pasta Sauce is spicy thanks to Habanero pepper, unbelievably creamy with tahini, garlicky, and seriously incredibly easy and delicious.
Shall we start? It’s going to be quick, but still, let us not waste any time.
But before we get to it, let me give you some hints about Habanero peppers. It’s recommended that whenever you use these peppers, please make sure to wear some gloves.
The peppers are really, really hot and you can get skin irritation on your hands, fingers, if they are not protected.
Or you might touch your face with the spiciness on your fingers and you absolutely do not want to have any of that there, especially not close to your eyes.
OK , now that this is out of the way: heat a small skillet. You can add a little bit of vegetable broth or olive oil.
Fry the garlic and Habanero peppers for about 3 minutes, then transfer to a blender. Add tahini, water, and lemon juice, and season with salt and pepper. Process until smooth. Now you are ready to enjoy.
This dairy free pasta sauce requires just 4 ingredients and one easy simple step. As you can see, I combined it with mushrooms and some peas and mixed it with my favorite spaghetti.
So creamy and delicious.
But this is also an absolutely versatile sauce for everything. You can put it on wraps, sandwiches, or eat with some baked vegetables and potatoes.
So many options and you will never get tired of it.
Believe me it’s hard to resist not to eat the sauce just with a spoon and forget the pasta. When you can relate or find yourself in this position, I suggest to make a double batch.
I recently had a big dinner with friends and we made some baked sweet potatoes.
Stuffed them with sautéed veggies and topped all of that with this sauce. It was so great.
You can also make the Spicy Tahini Pasta Sauce part of an seriously delicious plant based appetizer.
Put it on salads as a dressing, or munch on raw veggies to dig in.
Get ready for pasta night with this Spicy Tahini Pasta Sauce
If you know me a bit I’m in love with tahini, and could eat it almost every day. No joke it might happen, it’s a staple here and I use it for so many things, not only sauces.
Only recently I read an article about how one can make your own tahini.
I was so curious to give this a try, since I’m all about enjoying homemade foods. I have tried it with nut butter and this time I thought tahini is worth to give a try. I can happily confirm you can do it, it’s really fun and it smells fantastic.
Plus it’s pretty easy if you have a food processor: just put the sesame seeds in it and process until a paste is formed. Add a bit oil or water to thin, if needed.
That’s all no other magic and it’s also really cheap and affordable to make your own version. If you need more inspiration how you can do it, check out “How To Make Tahini“.
Bring your favorite pasta to the next level with this Spicy Tahini Pasta Sauce. With only 4 ingredients, it is vegan, gluten free and just super easy to make. You will having a hard time not to eat this sauce at once before the pasta is ready
- 1/2 cup tahini
- 1 cup water
- 1 Habanero pepper, seeded
- 4 cloves garlic, peeled
- 1 lemon, juiced
- salt, pepper
- Heat a small skillet. You can add a little bit of vegetable broth or olive oil. Fry the garlic and Habanero peppers for about 3 minutes, then transfer to a blender. Add tahini, water, and lemon juice, and season with salt and pepper. Process until smooth.
If your tahini is already fairly liquid, start with 1/2 cup of water and add some more until you have the desired consistency.