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Nut Pate With Tahini

Nut pate is a very delicious snack. Whenever some guests are coming to your house, you can make this dish in a very less time.
Ingredients
  Almonds 1 Cup (16 tbs)
  Sunflower seeds 1 Cup (16 tbs)
  Scallions 2 Medium
  Celery 1 Medium
  Water 1 Tablespoon
  Salt 1 Pinch
  Garlic 1 Clove (5 gm)
  Apple vinegar/Fresh lemon juice 2 Tablespoon
  Tahini 2 Tablespoon
Directions

MAKING
1. Put all the ingredients in a blender and add little water. Blend them well.
2. Take a nori sheet and spread the dip on it.
3. Add some vegetables and sprouts on the top of the dip.
4. Apply some water at the edge of the nori sheet and wrap it. Cut it into two halves.
5. Keep the wraps on a plate.

SERVING
6. The delicious nut pate is ready.

TIPS
You can also dehydrate the wrapped dip in a dehydrator. Spread the wraps on the dehydrator sheet and apply some dip at the top. You can sprinkle sunflower seeds at the top.
Dehydrate for overnight. It will become crunchy and really delicious.

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Very Easy
Channel: 
American
Preparation Time: 
10 Minutes
Here is an outstanding video that shares a versatile recipe for nut pate. Take a look and make this super simple pate for your unexpected guests. The pate is wonderfully flavored with tahini and would surely turn out to be absolutely delicious too. Great way to serve in wraps or as a spread to enjoy.

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4 Comments

passionIfoodie's picture
Nut Pate is very easy,quick to make and ohh so tasty! It can be refrigerated for days and makes a great lunch.Thanks for the Nut pate recipe :)
aparna.priya's picture
Hi passionifoodie, how are you? Could you please suggest some delicious accompaniments to this nut pate recipe?
foodpsychologist's picture
Hi, Thanks for this crunchy nut pate ! I like the idea of the contest too. Could you please tell what the shells(norrie) are made of.
Adrienne's picture
Nori is made from a sea vegetable. This is what they use to make sushi. But feel free to use any kind of 'wrap' such as collard greens or spread nut pate on romaine leaves.