This tahini mushroom sauce is so good served over pretty much anything.
Over rice? Fabulous. On baked potatoes? Unbelievable. On pasta? Yum!
It’s a simple 6-ingredient sauce that you can whip up anytime and turn some boring old rice or pasta into a gourmet meal.
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What you’ll love about this sauce is the richness of the flavor.
If you’re a fan of the mighty mushroom then you’re in for a treat because the way the mushrooms mix so fabulously with the sweet, salty and creamy flavors in this dish is magical.
As a lifelong mushroom lover, this is a sauce I come back to again and again.
It’s just so easy to make, and just soooo good.
So go on with your bad self and make this sauce!
You will love how easy it is to throw together, how rich, creamy and spicy it is, and how it goes perfectly with just about anything you could choose to pour it over!
So let me know what you think of this sauce in the comments!
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Rich and creamy tahini mushroom sauce served over penne. With just 6 ingredients this is a sauce that you’ll come back to time and again.
- Slice the mushrooms.
- In a bowl, mix the soy sauce, date honey or maple syrup and dried spice.
- Crush the clove of garlic and add it to the sauce.
- Add the mushrooms to a pan or a wok and pour over the sauce.
- Cover the pan/wok and turn to medium high.
- When the mushrooms have started to release their water, remove the lid and let the water cook off, stirring occasionally.
- When the sauce is reduced so that there is little water remaining, turn the heat down low and stir in the tahini.
- Remove from the heat.
- Serve over penne with chopped cilantro.
*The rosemary and olive dried spice blend we used is made by Ina Paarman and is not available internationally. You can use some dried rosemary instead and then just add sea salt in to taste at the end, since the spice blend we used does contain salt.
*Nutrition estimate is based on 1 serve (of 2) of sauce only, without penne.
- Category: Sauce, Savory, Entree
- Cuisine: Vegan
- Serving Size: 1 serve (of 2)
- Calories: 257
- Sugar: 18g
- Sodium: 940mg
- Fat: 13g
- Saturated Fat: 2g
- Carbohydrates: 29g
- Fiber: 5g
- Protein: 13g
Keywords: Tahini mushroom sauce