Tahini is a paste made from toasted sesame seeds. It's often used in North African, Greek, Iranian, Turkish, and Middle Eastern cooking. While it can be served on its own, it is often an ingredient in hummus and baba ghanoush.
Be sure to read through the entire recipe before you begin cooking.
The amount of water isn’t indicated because you’ll drain the rice like you do with pasta when it's finished cooking.
Since most of the sodium in canned goods is in the starchy liquid, be sure to rinse the chickpeas well.
35-45 minutes Serves 2 people 730 calories per serving
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1 clove garlic
1 lemon, divided
6 ounces cubed butternut squash
6 ounces cauliflower
⅛ ounce fresh parsley, divided
6 ounces broccolini
1 can chickpeas
1 teaspoon sumac
1 cup brown rice
1 tablespoon tahini paste
1 tablespoon Chobani nonfat Greek yogurt
1 packet soy sauce (gluten-free)
2 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon olive oil
1 tablespoon water
8" medium pot