Total Time
Prep 0 mins
Cook 0 mins

With the use of lime and olive oil, this could be "Greek", although it isn't called that. Also the result is of a "creamy" consistency, suitable for dipping fries.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Blend lime juice, olive oil, kelp & water at medium speed.
  2. Slowly add the ground sesame seeds.
  3. Continue blending until the mixture is like thick heavy cream.
  4. Notes: Add more sesame to make mixture more paste-like. Then this paste can be used for making hummus.
  5. * The kelp acts as a mild thickening agent. This recipe works just fine without it. The kelp would add some salt to the mix, so if kelp isn't used, a pinch of salt is in order.
Most Helpful

5 5

As I am of Greek extraction, I know all too well that this CAN be categorized as Greek. Tahini is very commonly used in Greek cuisine and can be used many ways. Very good.

1 5

The amounts of liquids in this recipe are very wrong (much too low). A corrected recipe may be found at #230944.

4 5

Thanks for the recipe! I wanted to make hummus, but didn't have any tahini. . . realized I had sesame seeds and could probably make it myself - which I did!