Yield: about 2 cups
This is the perfect pesto to make when you have extra herbs on hand or an herb garden that’s working overtime. Delicious tossed with boiled potatoes, use it as you would conventional basil pesto. Though best made with mostly tender herbs, you could add a pinch of thyme or sage for some bold flavor.
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Quite good . I used this recipe to clean the fridge. I had parsley mint and cilantro for herbs and pistachios. It didn’t have the lift of a basil pesto but we used it on grilled lamb burgers and it worked well. Going to try with goat cheese and fresh pasta to use it up.
Very tasty. Didn't have all the garlic it required, though, so I just used one head.
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