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PESTOPhotosynthesis Experiment and System Testing Operation (US NASA)
PESTOPersonnel, Equipment, Supply, Training, and Ordnance (collective term for resources assessed in readiness reporting)
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The other ingredients that don't normally go in a pesto are some spring onions and a little bit of Dijon mustard.
In a small baking dish, mix together the chicken, tomatoes and 2 tbsp of the pesto.
The new Pesto at Al Hamra will target a different market, reveals chef Giuseppe Randazzo.
Spread the jar of pesto over the pastry base, being careful not to cover the border.
Add all pesto ingredients to a food processor and blitz until smooth, season and set aside.
Finally, add five dessert spoons of pesto, place on a plate and finish with parmesan.
Place the rocket in a blender and add the oil, - teaspoon of salt and the pepper and puree until the mixture looks like thick pesto.
Pesto is an uncooked sauce made with fresh basil, garlic, nuts, Parmesan or Pecorino cheese and olive oil.
In fact my basil was getting far too big for my window ledge, so I decided it was time to make some home-made pesto.
Place all the pesto rosso ingredients in a food processor and mix well until it becomes a fine paste.