Top Rated Pistachio Recipes

This cherry orange pistachio bread combines overripe bananas with orange juice, maple syrup and dried tart cherries for a great dessert the whole family will love. Recipe courtesy of Choose Cherries
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4.5
Watermelon and Cucumber Salad
This healthy, gluten-free salad is full of watermelon, cucumber, feta, avocados and mint. It's the perfect way to celebrate a warm and sunny summer day.Recipe courtesy of Seasonal Cravings
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4.5
healthy chocolate mousse
Longing for dessert-time? Try a delicious alternative to traditional chocolate mousse.Cherie Calbom holds a Master of Science degree in whole foods nutrition from Bastyr University. Known as “The Juice Lady” (www.juiceladycherie.com) for her work with juicing and health, she is author of 31 books, with millions of copies sold worldwide. No stranger to healthy diet trends, Cherie joined George Foreman as nutritional spokesperson in the Knockout the Fat phenomena that forever changed grilling in America.
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4.5
ALDI
The holidays are all about friends, family, and great food. To join in on the festivities, ALDI is holding daily challenge including recipes from pumpkin spice lattes to lobster mac and cheese.If you’re looking for a sweet and salty appetizer, look no further than ALDI’s ricotta toast with pistachios and honey — just the bite-sized treats you need before the main course.Share your ALDI creations with #MakeHolidaysHappen.Recipe courtesy of Chef Michelle, ALDI Test Kitchen.
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4.4
Radish Salad With Mint and Pistachios
This is a cooling, crunchy salad which is so easy to pull together. The pink radishes and beautiful green mint and pistachios make for a beautiful light lunch or side dish.This recipe is courtesy of Simply Recipes.
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4
Pistachios
Chef Ravi Kapur uses these for his delicious beet salad, but you can also try them on a butternut squash soup, in chicken curry or as a snack.
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4
A beautiful pink mousse enrobes layers of cocoa pistachio biscuit in this dessert from Ryan Tateishi, pastry chef at Café Juanita in Kirkland, Wash. Served with a pistachio gelato and sweet poached cherries, it is a fitting end to a romantic Valentine’s Day meal.Invert sugar is commonly used in making pastries and confections. It helps keep products more moist and tender, and extends their shelf life, in addition to resulting in a smoother mouthfeel, as compared to pastries made with ordinary sugar. If you can’t find or don’t want to buy invert sugar, you can substitute in honey, or try making your own at home. 
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4
This fun, layered ice cream cake is perfect for a bithday celebration or as a special after-dinner treat! 
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4
I am the girl who ate red clover flowers by the handful. As a child, I ate rose petals when no one was looking, insisted I was old enough to drink green jasmine tea, and dreamed of sugared violets atop whipped cream. Now that I’m an adult, some of my most prized ingredients are rosewater, dried lavender, saffron, and jasmine water. I’m the kind of person who wants her rose macaron to taste like a rose with a hint of macaron, so feel free to adjust the rosewater to your taste in this next recipe. I strongly believe in paying homage to your favorite dishes in juices and smoothies (but not recreating them, because that breeds comparison and contempt). I’m crazy about pistachio baklava and rosewater Turkish delights from beautiful little restaurant called Sahara, but more often than not, I’m watching my diet and choose not to eat them. So I created this decadent, luxurious smoothie in honor of these two stunning deserts.
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4
This rack of lamb with a mustard and pistachio crust is perfect for a festive holiday dinner. For more recipes, visit Justmarriedandcooking.com
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3.5
lemon ice box cake
Grate some fresh lemon zest into your whipped cream and add a few layers of prepared lemon curd in between cookies and whipped cream. To finish, top the finished lemon icebox cake with fresh blueberries and chopped pistachios.
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2.5