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Outstanding! I halved the recipe and used 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder (= 1 clove garlic). I didn't change anything else in the recipe. On its own, the pesto seemed a little too salty, but it's perfect as a condiment. I used 2 tablespoons of this pesto over 2 oz spaghetti and sprinkled with a teaspoon of grated parmesan cheese for a wonderful dinner. Thanks Tish!
SO DELICIOUS! Such a wonderful fresh flavour! Ive been putting it on anything and everything that could do with a little bit of zing. Added some to fresh ricotta and used that on sandwiches, in soups, on boiled eggs. YUM!
I marinated some veggies in this then roasted them for 40 minutes at 475, and they turned out great! I added some fresh rosemary, too.
Wow, this is simple, healthy, quick, easy and delicious. I've been eating it straight out of the blender but plan to use it on whole wheat toast. Thanks for posting.
This is tasty mixed into potato soup.
I thought this pesto was outstanding!! Easy to fix and such a wonderful flavor. My parsley is very prolific this year and I was so glad to find this recipe. I didn't have any fresh tomatoes so I used canned diced tomatoes, since they are pureed anyway I don't know if there is that much difference. I also used garlic powder since I was out of cloves. I will definately make this again especially when my tomatoes come into season. I just used it as a topping for a salad and it was great. Would be delicious on a baked potato too. Thanks Tish for a keeper in my cookbook.
This pesto is delicious! I served it on roasted potatoes. I'll try it on pasta next. Very happy to happen upon this recipe!
The parsley lovers among us adored this recipe. The basil pesto lovers were not as enthusiastic. I just missed my olive oil.