A new favorite for a packed or picnic lunch. Switch up your traditional chicken salad with by adding some delicious pesto.
If you have the luxury of having ramps available to you this spring, don’t hesitate…
These Pesto Antipasto Skewers are delicious appetizer sticks of fresh mozzarella, olives, salami, prosciutto, basil, and cherry tomatoes, all brushed with flavorful pesto right before devouring.
Spruce up your usual egg breakfast sandwich and add some greens, pesto and smoked salmon.
Think of pigs in a blanket, only gluten free and so delicious. These sprigs in a blanket are veggies wrapped in prosciutto di parma and served with a sun-dried tomato pesto.
Loaded with fresh mint, spring peas and your usual pesto ingredeints, this recipe has all the flavors of the season.
Topped with asparagus pesto, peas and creamy burrata cheese, this pizza is a spring delight.
Big blue cheese flavor is balanced on this pizza with refreshing and peppery watercress flavor and sweet-tangy balsamic glaze.
Refreshing and packed with spring veggies, this cobb salad wrap with watercress pesto is about to be your new favorite go-to meal.
Serve this bright-tasting pasta dish tossed with a peppery watercress pesto made with lemon and spring peas.
Legend says, pesto was created out of boredom from a plain pasta. This recipe is far from boring and brings delicious basil flavor to the Sardinian gnocchi.
Who doesn’t love a good slice of pizza? Even better if it’s a grilled pizza topped with all this amazing gooey goodness.
Watch as pesto and tomatoes are added to a grilled cheese and your mouth will begin to water. What would you add to make a grilled cheese have Italian flair?
Not too heavy, but still super flavorful, these tomato bruschetta bites are a great appetizer, full of flavor thanks to fresh pesto and paired easily with a glass of wine.
Earthy and sweet beets make a great pesto that comes out flavorful with a little tasty kick of garlic. It is great on pasta, pizza, and sandwiches.
This Chicken Pesto Sandwich is really good, though. It’s super simple and easy to make. All it takes is pesto, chicken, mozzarella cheese, bread and whatever kind of toppings you like and you have yourself a delicious sandwich that you didn’t have to get from a restaurant!
Trying to plan your weeknight dinner? Want it to be simple but still have all the flavor? Let’s guess – you want it to take no more than 20 mins to make? Try this basil pesto with linguini and enjoy your evening with plenty of time before bed!
Pesto and thin slices of potatoes envelope salmon fillets for a quick, elegant seafood entree.
Pesto is one of those things that will never go out of style.
Enjoy the best tomatoes and basil while they’re still out there.
Grab your abundant, fresh basil and make pesto like a true Italian grandmother would.
Arugula pistachio pesto is easy to make and oozes flavor. Take a break from tradition with this delicious pesto. Buon Appetito!
Make a light summer “pasta” replacing traditional spaghetti with refreshing zucchini tossed in a zesty pesto.
Learn how to create the traditional Genoan pesto served over Sardian gnocchi.
This Sun-Dried Tomato Basil Pesto is sweet, tangy, and a tad smoky. Slather it on bread and make the best grilled cheese ever, or just go nuts with a spoon.
Still cultivated in the original Genoa region, this Italian basil is know for its delicate scent, ideal when creating a heavily herbed recipe like pesto.
Creamy Burrata with Minty Pea Pesto is a melange of textures, flavors and colors. Once you cut into the creamy interior of the cheese, you’ll be mesmerized.
Chicken is easily marinated in pesto and skewered before barbecuing with tomatoes that turn into sweet, smokey bites on the grill.
On a pizza, in a sandwich, or used in a dip, this peppery arugula pesto with a hint of lemon zest is a bright change perfect for summer.
Pea sprouts and hazelnuts coat this fresh cavatelli pasta with great ricotta flavor.
Ramps pack a pungent, garlicky flavor that makes for a great pesto. They pair well with the natural sweetness of Razor Clams to round off a delicious pizza.
Even if you don’t have a sprawling backyard to barbecue in, grilling with simple Italian staples can be so easy and flavorful.
Vegan Pesto is simple to make and bursting with healthy and wholesome ingredients. It’s so good, that your guests won’t be able to tell the difference.
Instant polenta is quickly made and served with goat cheese and sun-dried tomatoes alongside grilled asparagus and pesto-brushed flank steak. Easy and delicious.
Coated in peppery arugula pesto and served with sweet tomatoes and creamy burrata, this bucatini pasta is an easy warm weather dish.
For a quick and filling dinner that celebrates the coming tomato season, make this easy pasta with a fresh tomato and red pepper sauce plus pesto chicken and plenty of parmesan.
While simple, Artichoke Pesto is quite versatile and flexible in its applications. Crostini, pasta, grilled items. The sky’s the limit!
Take your eggs Benedict to Italy with a sun-dried tomato spread, crispy pancetta and a delicious pesto to kick off your day with a flavorful start.
It’s always exciting to create pesto in different ways. This recipe is for a spring inspired pesto for your pasta. Try it out topped with asparagus!
What better way to celebrate the season than with bright edible flowers. Top the pesto pasta with spicy nasturtiums or lemon verbena blossoms and leaves.
Without dairy, this pesto is packed with flavor from creamy cashews and hemp.
Pea and Spinach Pesto Pasta proves that being a simple dish doesn’t mean you lack any pizzazz. Fresh garden flavors are the star in this dish.
Perfect over pasta, this easy avocado and spinach pesto is so creamy and loaded with nutrients.
Drizzled with a garlic and parsley pesto, these baked sweet potato fries are a delicious winter snack packed with nutrients.
Perfect for an Italian Christmas feast, this festive pesto and potato gnocchi is the perfect dish to accompany the meal.
Fire up your grill, tomato, zucchini, and onions are ready to be brushed with balsamic and charred. Once cooked, throw on a pizza for great barbecue flavor.
Pan seared salmon, drizzled with a creamy pesto sauce and served with a side of crisped broccoli for a dreamy dinner in no time.
Grilled pesto chicken is the perfect topping to pizza dough also cooked on the grilled with fontina cheese and sun-dried tomatoes. A gourmet masterpiece.
The peppery taste of rocket and walnuts, substituted for basil and pine nuts, bring great new flavor to fresh pastas tossed in a simple pesto.
Roasted asparagus and radishes with a mint-pea pesto is a beautiful way to highlight spring produce. This simple side dish is sure to impress.
Use a nutty-cranberry bread to hold smoked salmon or prawns tossed in a simple pesto for an awesome toast snack.
Overcome a fear of cooking seafood at home with this simple recipe of trout filled with a beautiful pesto and plenty of herbs.
This meatless soup can be made in no time with pesto, herbs, and walnuts bringing a ton of flavor into the mix.
This vegan version of Pesto alla Siciliana is a pesto for fall – hearty, chunky, and filling with a touch of heat to warm you up on a crisp evening.
Start this on a lazy Sunday and allow to roast all day. Serve fall-off-the-bone meat with mint pesto and roasted vegetables for a completely satisfying meal
Prepare a classic pesto the authentic Italian way. Perfect to mix with a helping of warm pasta to combat the chilly weather.
The creamy pesto is this simple to make dish is filled with strong flavors of mint, a zing of lemon juice, and a nuttiness from the cashews.
A simple pesto, loaded with robust flavors, earthy mint and pistachios, a zing of lemon, creamy avocados and parmesan. Perfect for weeknight dinners.
This pesto substitutes traditional basil for spring asparagus. Don’t just leave this delicious sauce to pastas, but try it on meat or a sandwich, too.
Beet Pesto Pizza is never not a good idea. The slightly crisp goat cheese with the rich kale and nutty, creamy beet pesto is a match made in pizza heaven.