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Fall Cooking: Tahini and Fenugreek Sauce


Tahini & Fenugreek Sauce
I love to cook. Growing up, I watched both my
grandmas and mom cook delicious dishes that where
both savory and nutritious.
Fenugreek has existed in our household carried from my
ancestors as far as my maternal grandma can remember. 
My mother never used it in cooking, but always kept it in
medicine cabinet for any skin disorders, or as an elixir. It helps
heal wounds super fast.
Now, I am adding it to this Tahini Sauce I made for one of
my AW2020 “VIVRE” Collection Dress Healthy™
@shopwendyglez campaign. 


I made this dip or sauce for you guys to try!! So good!!! No salt added and no soy and naturally Gluten Free! Also, I always use Organic Ingredients. You don’t want to be consuming pesticides.


I will be touching a little bit on the benefits of Fenugreek, in another post. There I will be giving you more in depth, the miraculous properties this beautiful herb has.


* 1/2 cup of cashews
* teaspoon of Fenugreek 
*2 Big Spoonfuls of Tahini
* 1/4 of a lemon with skin
* 1/2 warm water
* 1 1/2 Spoonful of Chicpea 
* 1 clove of garlic
Put all ingredients together and blend in a
food processor or a blender. Voila!!


Nutritional Value:



 According to the USDA FoodData Central, fenugreek contains a variety of beneficial nutrients, including ironmagnesiummanganese, and copper, as well as vitamin B6protein, and dietary fiber. It also contains antioxidants, powerful phytonutrients, including choline, trigonelline, yamogenin, gitogenin, diosgenin, tigogenin, and neotigogens. Most of the health benefits of fenugreek are due to the presence of saponins and fibers in it.


Nutrition facts

One tablespoon (11.1 grams) of whole fenugreek seeds contains 35 calories and several nutrients (2Trusted Source):

  • Fiber: 3 grams
  • Protein: 3 grams
  • Carbs: 6 grams
  • Fat: 1 gram
  • Iron: 20% of the Daily Value (DV)
  • Manganese: 7% of the DV
  • Magnesium: 5% of the DV



Tahini is a Middle Eastern condiment made from ground hulled sesame seeds. When it comes to nutrition, tahini is rich in beneficial fatty acids, including omega-3 and omega-6, as well as good amounts of proteinpotassiummanganesecalciumironsodium and dietary fiber. In a single tablespoon, you will get nearly 90 calories, 12% of your fat intake for the day, but most of that will be monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. There is also a good amount of fiber in tahini, roughly 5% of your daily requirement in each tablespoon. The sesame seed paste is relatively lower in carbohydrates (1%), making it a high-protein, low-carbohydrate source for vegetarians. 


The primary health benefits of tahini include its effects on hormonal balance, iron absorption, skin tone, bone mineral density and muscle tone, among others.


 Nutrition facts

 One tablespoon (11.1 grams) of tahini sauce contains the following:


  • 89 calories
  • 3.2 grams carbohydrates
  • 2.5 grams protein
  • 8 grams fat
  • 1.5 grams fiber
  • 0.2 milligrams thiamine (15 percent DV)
  • 49.4 milligrams magnesium (12 percent DV)
  • 111 milligrams phosphorus (11 percent DV)
  • 1.5 milligrams zinc (10 percent DV)
  • 0.2 milligrams manganese (10 percent DV)
  • 0.2 milligrams copper (10 percent DV)
  • 64 milligrams calcium (6 percent DV)
  • 0.9 milligrams iron (5 percent DV)



Lemon with peel contains even more vitamins, nutrients, and health benefits than the lemon juice. Lemon peels contain about 5 to 10 times more vitamins than lemon juice. Remember, organic will be your best when consuming the peel to avoid eating any pesticides.


Regulates blood pressure (special for high blood pressure)

Fight against cancer

Maintain bone strength

Provides high hygiene and health of the oral cavity

Helps to reduce weight

Prevents overgrowth of parasites and intestinal worms (tapeworms) in the digestive system

Protects against fungal bacterial infections

Strong anti-depressive effect

Helps with cystitis and tumors

                  Decrease the cholesterol levels in the body which results in maintaining good health of  our hearts. This is due to the presence of polyphenol flavonoids.

 Nutrition facts

 One whole lemon contains approximately the following:

  •  Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid) 7.7 mg (8.56%)
  • Total dietary Fiber 0.6 g (1.58%)
  • Calcium, Ca 8 mg (0.80%)
  • Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) 0.01 mg (0.77%)
  • Carbohydrate 0.96 g (0.74%)
  • Copper, Cu 0.006 mg (0.67%)
  • Iron, Fe 0.05 mg (0.63%)
  • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 0.005 mg (0.38%)
  • Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid) 0.019 mg (0.38%)
  • Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) 0.004 mg (0.33%)



 I am allergic to soy and love the the benefits of Miso Master Organic Chickpea Miso. It also has less salt and more rice koji (rice innoculated with aspergillus spores) than traditional misos.

Reducing the salt speeds up fermentation, while increasing the grain content makes more starch available to turn to sugar, producing a milder miso. 

Because there is still abundant food for the lactobacillus bacteria at the end of the cycle, these bacteria are both much more numerous and more active than in Long-Term Misos. Miso Master Organic Chickpea Miso, therefore, gives a much more powerful dose of these vital probiotic bacteria essential for proper functioning of the digestive system, in many ways acting like non-dairy yogurt.

Nutrition facts

Two tablespoons contains approximately the following:

  • 20 calories
  • 270 grams of sodium
  • 4 grams of Carbohydrates
  • 1 gram of Fiber
  • 2 grams of sugar
  • 1 gram of Protein
  • 15grams of Potassium


Thank you for your time in reading this. I hope you love it like I do! Please follow me on IG: @dailyfete You can see a video on the Recipe there!