This sauce is intended to lightly coat pasta, as it makes for much less mess when feeding littles. You can always adjust by doubling the sauce if your taste buds so desire. If eating as leftovers, simply sprinkle a little more coconut aminos when re-heating the dish.
Tahini is made from toasted ground sesame. It is a major ingredient in hummus and easily found at most grocery stores. Expect oil on the top, it needs to be mixed and stored in the fridge after opening. I have subbed peanut butter when I did not have tahini with similar results.
Coconut aminos has a sweet asian flavor and can be used in anything from quick dressings to sauté veggies on the stove top on the fly.
If you do not have a 16oz bag of a veggie medley then use a bag and half of 10 oz. I like to make sure there is a good veggie to pasta ratio. Make it harder for them to pick around all the peas and carrots. I like how the peas get stuck inside the shell pasta shapes if you use that variety. The sauce makes it all tasty but if they still veto the veggies, pat yourself on the back for exposing them to the good stuff either way.
This sauce also is works in salads with a heavy lettuce like kale or shaved brussels.