Yield: Yields about 2 cups.
• Spread on a crostini and top with a grilled shrimp.
• Pulse one cup of the pesto with 1 cup unsalted butter to make an herb-walnut butter, which is great melted onto grilled meats or folded into mashed potatoes.
• Spread on sandwilches. I like it on toasted wheat bread with turkey and tomato.
• Serve with pasta, as in Fettuccine with Green Beans & Walnut-Parsley Pesto.
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Great, easy recipe and smells amazing as you grind it all together. Don't skip toasting the walnuts, it makes a huge difference in the flavor. lastly, combine all the ingredients except the cheese and freeze it. When you are ready to use the pesto, add the cheese, (re)blend, add a bit more fresh lemon and season to taste. YUM! I can't wait to spread it on a white-fleshed fish, cover with panko and bake, I'm sure it will taste amazing!
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