4 Reviews

This is great stuff. I am always looking for a way to serve our vegies fresh...without cooking. This is a great way to to get a mega dose of living greens. I didn't have Walnuts so I used Pine nuts. That is the only thing I did differently. The garlic to us was just right. I put it on Texas Barbecue toast and OMG it was amazing. I ground up 2 more batches :)<br/>Thanks for the fab recipe!

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julikoz May 08, 2013

This was really good! I had a quantity of mustard green that I wanted to use up, and didn't really feel like cooking them up as usual so I figured I would give this a try. I did use only four large garlic cloves, slightly more greens and subbed almonds for the walnuts because I didn't have any. I used it in my rice last night as well as with eggs this morning, and still have quite a bit left so I will be getting creative with it soon. Thanks!

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AmbyDawn July 27, 2010

What a nice surprise! Wasn't sure how I'd like this, and I do. It's got a bite from the mustard greens of course, but it's a pleasant bite! Also, I threw some fresh basil leaves in to make up the 2 cups of green stuff. I'm impressed. Thanks for posting!

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woodland hues August 23, 2009

This was great! It is nearly impossible to find fresh basil in Harlem so this was a great substitute. The only changes we made was adding the juice of one lemon and leaving out the garlic powder. Next time I would also cut back on the fesh garlic. Our pesto was SUPER garlicy - great for the immune system but harsh on the breath! :)

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NYCDietitian August 01, 2008
Mustard Greens Pesto