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|Calories640Calories from Fat70|
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|Calories from Fat70|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Balzer a year ago
Excellent!!! My teenagers loved it!! I did too
Amy a year ago
I made this yesterday. We loved it. Fast and easy and so delicious!
Luis D. 2 years ago
It turned out well, my wife and I enjoyed it! Here are few tips to make it even better next time. Considering this is a very simple dish the quality of the ingredients is “extremely” important. Make sure you can get the best ingredients you can to enhance this dish to the next level: - You really need extra virgin olive oil, not any olive oil. Make sure you get your sun-dried tomatoes in extra virgin olive oil, or consider drying your own tomatoes, a big batch can last for a long time and you could use it for other dishes. - Same thing with the cheese, get a good Parmiggiano Reggiano, Grana Padano or good pecorino romano. The cheese it’s so important! You can add the following ingredients to add extra layers of flavour: - Toasted pine nuts. Like the original basil pesto recipe, some pine nuts into the mix that goes to the food processor works wonders in this dish. - Few pitted black olives (not too many) into the mix help too - make them almost unnoticeable, just a little bit of flavour.
salla oinas 2 years ago
yam! i would make this again, love the blending and i added a bit o of pine nuts i had left.
Nancy Firestone 2 years ago
I just picked up a huge jar of sun dried tomatoes from Costco and wanted to put them to good use - fantastic recipe! The blend of flavors was wonderful. Note: this does serve more than four.