I have decided to kick off the Tahini Sauce recipe section with the recipe for my Pasta Salad, because when combined with the Mr.Mobley’s Tahini Sauce of your choice, it addresses each and every one of your taste buds. AND, if you choose a cayenne variety, you push the taste throttle WAY forward!  This is the Pasta Salad many of you have enjoyed at the various farmers markets that have hosted Mr.Mobley’s booths over the years.

Mr. Mobley’s Pasta Salad Recipe

Mr. Mobley’s note: this recipe tastes great served as described, but you can also include: diced onion, diced chicken, chunks of cooked salmon or beef, lightly grilled asparagus, sun-dried tomatoes, and/or whatever leftovers you have that you think would work well.


  • Cheese or Pesto-filled Tortellini
  • Artichoke hearts
  • Capers
  • Red bell peppers
  • Kalamata olives
  • Garlic or garlic powder
  • Salt and pepper


Toss the ingredients together with your favorite Mr. Mobley’s sauce variety and top with Parmesan cheese. Serve warm or cold, with a green salad. Taste the mixture before adding salt and pepper. Add only as necessary to enhance the flavor the Tahini Sauce is providing.


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Here is the long awaited recipe for Mr.Mobley’s popular Butternut Squash Soup! Quantities are left up to you according to how much soup you want to make and what you like.

Mr.Mobley’s  Butternut Squash Soup (Vegan)

Apple or Asian Pear



Butternut Squash

Yukon Gold Potatoes



Coconut Milk

Curry powder


Sweet Version: Cinnamon,Allspice,Coriander,Nutmeg, Ginger.

Savory Verson: Oregano,Bay Leaf,Sage,Thyme,Basil.


White Pepper

Prepare ingredients ahead of time as follows, so they can be assembled into the final soup:

Dice Onion, Garlic, Apple or Pear, Potatoes, Carrots, Squash, Yams.

Lightly coat in Olive Oil and Roast: Carrots, Potatoes, Squash, Yams. These will take 30 minutes +/-

Choose the set of spices you want to use according to the final taste you are after. Both make an excellent soup.

Heat Olive Oil in Soup pot. Add all spices first. Allow them to simmer for a few minutes to bring out the flavor. Add Curry powder (just a touch), Onion, Garlic and Apple or Pear.

When  onion is almost done, add: Squash, Carrots, Potatoes, Yams.  Add a little water and allow these vegetables to steam for a short time.

Add coconut milk.

Puree soup in batches with water. You can puree the whole pot, or leave up to half of it chunky, according you your preference. I puree about 2/3rds to leave some chunks.

Heat thoroughly and tune up spices to taste.



  1. put 4-6 chicken breast in casserole dish and cover with entire bottle, let sit in fridge for at least an hour. heat oven to 375 degrees and cook chicken for 45-50 minutes or until there is no more pink. while cooking steam rice. After chicken is done serve over rice and use extra sauce to pour over chicken. simple but very tasty. My friends think i am an expert chef thanks to this sauce. thank you.

    • Ok. sounds good I’m gonna try tonight.

  2. Absolutely LOVE your Tahini Sauce! I put it on many, many different dishes. Sometimes I just use it as a dipping sauce for my frito chips or tortilla chips! I even put on my scrambled eggs! Thanks Mr, M 8^))


  3. Love using your sauce–put a whole cleaned fresh salmon into a casserole dish, coarsely chop a head of cauliflower over the top of the salmon, add brown rice around the edges, partially steam cooked if possible. Cover all the food with a cup of Mr. Mobley’s sauce, add 1/2 cup of water. Pop in the oven at 400 degrees for 45 minutes. Yummy!

  4. Hi Mr Mobley. I understand you have retired but will share your recipe now. My sister lives on Whidbey and I visit all the time and finally talked to the Greenbank store lady who said to email you.

    Please???? Bonnie McWilliams

  5. Mr. Mobley would like to get your sauce but understand you’ve retired. We live in Iowa and have no way of getting it other than through mail. The last time I bought it I purchased a case. Now we’ve been out for quite some time and truly miss it! Would love to get your recipe for mobleys with heat – chicken and rice just isn’t the same without it! Could you please share recipe?
    Thanks, Dani

    • I am sorry but he has passed away.

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