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Broccoli Pistachio Pesto

Today I was in the mood for pesto, but I didn't feel like running off to the grocery store to pick up basil and pine nuts. Instead, I improvised with ingredients I already had in the house-pre-steamed broccoli and pistachios. I often substitute pine nuts with walnuts in my pesto because frankly, pine nuts are quite expensive and because you really can't taste that much of a difference. I had neither in the freezer so I opted for the pistachios and the final result was delicious!! (Of course…

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Added by Lisa Codina on May 10, 2012 at 8:32pm — No Comments

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