Top Rated Pistachio Recipes

Strozzapreti with Speck and Pistachio Pesto
Although strozzapreti, which roughly means "priest strangler" or "priest choker" in Italian, are called for in this recipe, feel free to substitute another shape of pasta. Likewise, if you can't find speck, try prosciutto instead, which may be easier to find. This recipe was inspired by a trip I took to Italy a few years ago, and this is my attempt to replicate one of the meals I shared with a friend over there. Enjoy!
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  Make your fish heart-healthy with a nice coating of crushed up pistachios. They not only make it even better for you, but they add color, flavor, and texture as well.
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These buttery cookies are a festive green color for the holidays.  For more recipes, visit Taste of Home.
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Apricot Pistachio Baked Yogurt
Greek yogurt is strained to ensure the creamiest consistency, then baked solid. Pistachios and apricots are sautéed sweet in honey and drizzled over this luxurious yogurt breakfast. This recipe comes to us from Trudy of veggie.num.num. See all apricot recipes.
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These rich, buttery shortbreads make a delicious accompaniment to a reviving cup of tea or coffee, or as a pretty addition to a creamy dessert.
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Coconut filled Pistachio Pinwheels
Pinwheel anything is always eye catching. The shape is common with both sweet and savory dishes. One of the most common pinwheel items in the food category is the “pinwheel cookie”. Here I’ve concocted up a version using, of course, our favorite nut: the pistachio. For recipe with instructional photos visit prettyinpistachio.com !
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Pistachio Buttercups
My dad’s absolute favorite candy is Reese's peanut butter cups so growing up it wasn’t uncommon to find a stash nestled in our refrigerator drawer. They quickly become one of my favorites as well. With my recent discovery of pistachio butter I decided, why restrict the peanut butter cup to just peanut butter? Alas, the pistachio buttercup was born.
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Pistachio Gelato
This gelato has become a signature dish from Modernist Cuisine; we serve it at most of our events. Vegans particularly enjoy it because it is as smooth and intense as the best gelato, but contains no eggs or dairy. 
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Caramel-Masala Popcorn and Pistachios
Looking for something a little different from the usual buttery popcorn? Look no further than this homemade sweet and savory snack, with a little exotic kick from garam masala, an Indian spice mix. See all pistachio recipes. Click here to see 12 Ways to Spice Up Popcorn.
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This chocolate orange bark makes a great holiday gift.
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Biscotti means "twice baked" in Italian. First you form the crumbly dough into one stiff mass and bake it whole. Then you let it cool, slice it, and bake it again at a lower temperature. That’s what gives biscotti an almost crackerlike quality, which goes especially well with coffee. This triple-chocolate double-baked treat is dipped in a dark chocolate coating with sprinkles on top. Dip it in your coffee and then pop it in your mouth. Click here to see Our 50 Best Cookie Recipes
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This simple salad is a refreshing treat that combines silky, butterhead lettuce with a savory pistachio dressing that has a kick of spice. It's fast and easy to make and pairs well with any summer dish.   Click here to see more salad recipes.
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