Vegetarian Lasagna with Pesto, Green Beans and Potatoes, a typical dish of Ligurian cuisine, for vegetarian lovers. Reed how to make it fast and easy
This sourish pesto appetizer, using a mix of mushrooms and cherry tomatoes, is so easy to prepare and is definitely for the novice cooks!
A healthy and delicious salmon dish with a traditional twist! You’ll love it!!!
Basil pesto. Made from fresh basil leaves, this aromatic classic Italian sauce is a perfect accompaniment to pasta, bread, salad, risotto, pizza, rice noodles. There is so much you can do with it. I always keep a batch of it in my fridge. Get the Recipe: Basil pesto
Creamy Pesto Risotto made with arborio rice, chicken stock and basil pesto. This dish takes less than 40 minutes to make! Get the Recipe: Pesto Risotto
This is a creative take on pesto that is perfect when corn is in season. As an expat from the United States currently living in the Middle East, finding fresh, sweet corn was a treasure and this recipe was perfect for highlighting the wonderful flavor of this seasonal ingredient! From the original site: Living abroad […]
I’ve tried this recipe quite a few times and find this to be one of the simplest and easiest appetizers to put together both as a dip and a spread with some water crackers. From the original site: I customized this recipe for pesto by playing with the key ingredients. I use fresh basil and […]
Cilantro Pesto is for all of us in the Cilantro Lovers Club! I am dolloping this on everything that won’t move. From the original site: Once you make this herby deliciousness, what should you do with it? Here are some ideas: boil or roast some new potatoes and then toss some of this pesto with […]
We’re taking a couple of days off for the holidays, so we’re running a few old posts from when we first launched back in February! -ed Here is a quick and easy soup perfect for cold winter days or whenever you crave something warm. As with most soups, you can substitute veggies to your taste […]
(originally published June 2010) I’ve been experimenting with selling herbs at the local farmers market recently and the one that seems to sell the best is basil. I always seem to sell out early. So this last market, I took double what I normally take and guess what….. I didn’t sell it all. I did […]
Foodwhirl thinks Manhattan Food Project totally rocks (I think they are as big Alton fans as I am!), and would love to crash at their pad next time we are in NYC… and this recipe is no exception to our drooliness (I’m pretty sure that’s not a word). Anyway, Ramp Pesto? How cool! We love […]
Sure you have to wear green so you won’t be pinched. I used to throw in a bright green hair ribbon when I was little, and I think we pinned on clovers more than once. Why not give green to your food too? Or greenify your kids’ lunches or get in the spirit during dinner? […]
Maybe it’s the weather, but this week at Foodwhirl has been all about Mexican inspired dishes, that make you want to prop your feet up on the deck with a Margarita… In case you missed any of it (we know, it’s hard to keep up with everything!) here’s a roundup of some of our mexican […]
I’m a huge fan of pesto, so it seemed like the perfect thing to do with my last bit of cilantro. I had a little less than a bunch left after several rounds of ceviche, the shrimp & fish tacos, and various other uses… so what better to do with it! This version is has […]