Wanda found this possibly from the internet, she says
enjoy and share some with us!
Halvah is a candy popular in the Middle East,
where it is made from
sesame seeds. This is far superior to the store
bought variety. For a
lighter version, make this recipe with the almond
pulp leftover from
almond milk. (Use the almond pulp the day you make
1 1/2 cup raw almonds
1/2 cup raw tahini
3 tablespoons honey (or 3-4 soaked dates)
1 teaspoon vanilla
In a food processor, place almonds and process
until finely ground.
tahini, honey and vanilla, and process thoroughly.
Press the mixture
plate or pan until it is 1/2" (1 cm) thick (don't
worry about filling
pan, just press the mixture to the correct
thickness). Chill the
the refrigerator for 1 hour or more, then cut it
roll into little balls. Yields 20-24 pieces.
Variation: Add 3 tablespoons carob to mixture.
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