How to make Pesto, the basic process

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How to make Pesto, the basic process.Here are the basics, fresh basil, pan-toasted pine nuts, and first pressing olive oil. Vibrant colors and vibrant flavors, things do not get better.

Fill your processor bowl loosely with fresh basil leaves, this is a 4oz package from the market.

Add 1 1/2 t salt, 2 large garlic cloves, pine nuts, and some oil. Begin 30 seconds or so, stop.

How to make Pesto, the basic process.Scrape down the sides of the bowl, add more oil and cheese. Begin processing again, again about 30 seconds, stop.

Pesto the basic process, get creative and use any herb desired.
Pesto, a basic process for any flavor you choose.
This is what you will see at the bottom of the processor bowl, a thick billowy sea of green. See how the pesto does not fall into a puddle against the blade.

Spoon into small freezer jars. Freeze. When needed, shave off slivers and return the jar to the freezer.


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