Walnut And Garlic Pesto Pasta
While you may only be familiar with one kind, pesto is a very generic term that simply refers to any sauce that is made by pounding or grinding the ingredients, usually with a mortar and pestle. In fact, the word "pesto" comes from the Italian word for "pound." While the garlic and oil base is a constant, there are many variations using different combinations of herbs and nuts. This extremely simple version uses fresh garden herbs, garlic and walnuts for a delicious, albeit plain looking bowl of pasta. As you hear me say in the video recipe, not everything has to be colorful, to be good. This is about as unimpressive looking plate of food as I have ever put to film, but it should be appreciated for what it is - a simple, rustic, nutty, garlicky, tangle of goodness. Enjoy!
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Preparation Time:10 Minutes
Cook Time:10 Minutes
Ready In:20 Minutes
If you are tired of the tomato or cream based pastas watch this video to know how to make a really rustic, light, nutty pasta. Not everything has to be colorful, to be good. This extremely simple version uses fresh garden herbs, garlic and walnuts for a delicious, bowl of pasta. Its bursting with flavor and is not very saucy, creamy or cheesy. Perfect for a light summer lunch. This is one recipe that must go into your weekly pasta rotation.