Brazil Nut Pesto

June 28, 2016 0 Comments

Brazil Nut Pesto

After featuring this at our latest workshops, I'm exited to share this recipe for Danielle's incredible pesto supercharged with the goodness of Brazil nuts. We added 1/2 cup of cashews and made it extra creamy on the day, but that's totally optional, the recipe is amazing as is. For lunch today I tossed mine through fresh zucchini zoodles, cherry tomatoes and capers.

Turmeric + Coconut Latte

Prep Time: 5 mins |  Total Time: 5 mins | Serves: 4

INGREDIENTS

12 Brazil nuts
2 garlic cloves
3 large handfuls of fresh basil
200mL extra virgin olive oil (the Spanish kind if possible)
60mL freshly squeezed lemon juice
Salt & Pepper to taste

INSTRUCTIONS


Place all ingredient into blender and blend to desired consistency.

Note: Adding more nuts will make the pesto thicker and creamier. To thin out the texture simply add a little more oil and lemon juice






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