Eleven types of pesto
I don't have fresh basil or parsley around very often so I'm always on the lookout for different ways to make pesto, which I love on bread when I'm having soup. Anyhow, came across this article today and thought I would share it, along with asking if anyone had any types of pesto recipes they liked, besides the classic basil and parsley ones. I'm wondering about spinach pesto? Wondering if it is too bland. I like the sundried tomato one in this link, might try that one, along with the arugula one, that sounds good too. The one I often make is with tofu, walnuts, capers, kalamatta olives and usually dried basil. I have made sage hazelnut pesto but since I am not much of a sage fan, didn't really care for it all that much. I love the smell of sage but am not crazy about the taste. A little bit goes a long way with me.
Here is a link that might be useful: Eleven types of pesto from Saveur