- 400 grams medjool dates, seeds removed
- 90 grams raw, cold-pressed tahini (or nut butter)
- juice of 1/2 a lime
- 2 vanilla beans
- 1/2 teaspoon sea salt, coarse or fine
Weigh medjool dates (with the seeds removed) into a bowl, add water to cover, and soak for 3-4 hours.
Drain the medjool dates, reserving the soaking liquid.
Put dates, tahini (or nut butter) and sea salt into TM bowl. Scrape the seeds out of 2 vanilla beans and add seeds to TM bowl. Squeeze the juice of half a lime into TM bowl. Puree on speed 8, adding a little of the soaking liquid every 5 secs or so through the hole in the lid until you are happy with the consistency (about 30-45seconds). Check the consistency between each addition of soaking water, as there is a very fine line between spread and dip.
This can be made like a dip or a spread, just add a bit more of the soaking water to have it more dippy than spready. The spread is ideal on a piece of toast, whilst the dip is great to add a bit of flair to some cut up fruit. Somewhere in between dip and spread, this would make an awesome icing for a cake!!! On the end of a wedge of apple, it's very 'caramel apple'. With bananas, it's very 'banoffee pie'. It's a relatively healthy treat, suitable for a snack or for dessert.
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