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Qdoba is retiring the poblano pesto - what pesto can I buy that is closest to theirs?
Poblano pesto isn't a typical pesto you can buy in a jar, because it's got Tex-mex flair from chiles, cilantro, and lime juice. So-o-o yummy! ...
Can you refreeze pesto?
Hi, If you want to refreeze your pesto, I would say that depends. Pesto freezes really well. I freeze pesto and I use it within a year. If you defrosted your pesto and only used part of it, I would refreeze it if: 1) The pesto had been defrosted in the refrigerator and did not sit out for longer than half an hour. 2) I had not used any meat or cheese in the pesto Otherwise, it is better to use it all now. Some...
Asked in Herbs Spices and Seasonings
What herb is used to make Italian pesto?
The main flavors in traditional (Genovese) pesto are basil and garlic, though other ingredients are used in the same type of preparation (with olive oil, parmigiano, and nuts) and called pesto. Pesto from Southern Italy usually has sun-dried tomato in it. ...
Asked in Italian Food, YouTube
What is a good link to see a video about preparing pesto specifically with a stick blender?
Please see the related links - The first is a video about preparing pesto with a (non stick) blender. The second is the "pesto" topic in Answers.com. ...
Asked in Italian Food, Grilling
Why is it so hard to find pesto sauce in supermarkets?
Because it does not keep long. Jarred pesto does not taste very good. The quality of pesto in supermarkets ranges from poor to even poorer, even in Italy. A classic pesto contains only basilico leaves, garlic, olive oil, pine nuts and parmigiano reggiano and grana padano cheeses. The more the ingredients stray from those above the less it is a classic pesto. ...