Servings: 4 to 6
This unusual pesto doesn’t contain cheese—it gets all of its richness from pistachios. For a tasty variation, try substituting broccoli and red bell peppers for the cauliflower and carrots.
Start the meal with an Escarole Salad with Olives and Garlic Croutons.
This is a family favorite and part of the regular rotation. I, too, cut back on the garlic and add some pasta water to thin out the pesto. I have doubled and tripled the recipe successfully. We usually top it with some toasted panko which adds a nice crunch.
Phenomenal! Easy, quick, nutritious and delicious. What more can you ask for? The pesto is perfect. Everyone in my diehard, Parmesan loving family thought there was cheese in the recipe. I did reduce the garlic to two cloves based on other reviewers recommendations which was a good move.
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