Top Rated Pesto Recipes

Dab a bit of garlic pesto on each bread slice for a quick garlic bread.
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Crushed garlic, butter and goat cheese? Say less. This rich and creamy alfredo pasta will transport you straight to your favorite Italian restaurant in one bite. Recipe courtesy of Naomi Nachman, provided by Kosher.com
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4.5
Pesto Asparagus Egg Skillet
This savory skillet is just right for three or four people and doesn’t take long to make at all.This recipe is courtesy of Pete and Gerry’s 
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4.5
Creamy Pesto Shrimp Pasta
If you're looking for a rich, creamy carb-load of a dinner, you've come to the right place. The parika-packed, garlicky shrimp add a nice zip to an otherwise rich dish, but you could substitute grilled chicken or go meatless altogether if desired. The pesto can be store-bought or you can whip up a homemade citrusy version that pairs beautifully with the shrimp.
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4.5
Salmon Pastries with Dill Pesto
If you want a quick, easy and fresh appetizer, look no further than these mini salmon and dill pastries.This recipe is courtesy of Pillsbury.
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4.5
This bite-sized appetizer is the perfect start to a classic Italian meal. They're great for entertaining or bringing to a potluck. The ingredients are simple, and they come together with ease. Whether you're hosting a dinner for two or 20, these tiny treats will satisfy all tastes.
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Of all the spring ingredient has to offer, ramps are highly favored processed with nutty pecorino cheese, walnuts, and olive oil. 
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Ramp Pesto Risotto
In the context of the question of whether the chicken or the egg (or in this case, the pesto or the risotto) came first, the ramp pesto is the medalist in this recipe. After trying a spoonful of it — raw — from a batch my friend made on his farm, Ralston Farm, in New Jersey,  I decided immediately that I would put it in my risotto recipe that I was developing for the week. Roasted asparagus is mixed in to give the risotto another taste of spring, but the real star of this dish is the pesto. Fair warning, though: Try not to eat all of it straight from the jar before you make the risotto.  Click here to see Rice Made Sexy — 5 Great Dinner Recipes.
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Farro Pasta
Coming from a Barese family, eating broccoli rabe is non-negiotable — it's a staple. In my grandmother's town of Adelfia in Bari, Italy, the cousin of spinach and the sister to broccoli was on the table quite often. What wasn't on the table ever? Farro. Though an Italian grain, it never existed in our lives until I introduced it recently. Now, when blended with the familiar verde, hearty crumbed walnuts, and sharp Parmagiano, it is welcomed with a smile. 
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Chicken Pesto Sandwich
Chicken and pesto's classic combination needs little work in this easy sandwich recipe. Grab any preferred fixings and pile them between two slices of sourdough. Click here for 8 Sweet and Savory Sandwiches. See all sandwich recipes.
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The benefits of walnuts, which are a nutrient-dense food, were among the first approved qualified health claims by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a whole food for their positive effect on heart health. In addition to offering a range of wellness benefits, walnuts are great partners in the kitchen – they truly are the hardest working nut!
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Green Garlic and Basil Pesto
As a perfect addition to pasta, vegetables and meat, pesto should be on your desert island must-haves list. Next time you're at your local farmer's market, pick up some garlic, basil and pine nuts for this quick homemade pesto recipe.This recipe is courtesy of Emily Paster, West of the Loop.
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2.4