Pesto recipes from Italy for you to enjoy
Italian people love food and celebrate eating.
Pesto is something traditional made of olive oil ,
garlic ,basil or other herbs ,nuts and usually cheese,
but here are 3 recipes for you without cheese. Learn
the secret of Italian pesto made without cheese ,the
vegan version of it. It will be as tasty as traditional
italian pesto and much more delicious as the ones
you can buy in the grocery store. Try it and you will be
admired by your friends and family .
Italians love a good argument, especially if it is about food. Nobody gets as fired-up about food as much as we Italians do.
Amongst the food arguments there are some all-time favorite topics, as: how is the ‘real’ carbonara made? and are you supposed to add onion into a real Amatriciana sauce? How is traditional Ligurian pesto really made?
Yes, pesto is one of the hot topics. In this post, I give directions to make a classic Ligurian pesto, although technically there’s no possible way you could make ‘real’ pesto outside of Liguria: you can only use young Ligurian basil leaves from Pra’, ligurian pine nuts, Sardinian Pecorino (Liguria and Sardinia have always been closely connected by their port towns), Parmigiano, Vessalico garlic (which is especially mild), and pure Ligurian extra virgin olive oil. Even those jars you find in supermarkets are labeled as a fraud by die-hard ligurian gourmands.
But we couldn’t care less. Because this guide is not about Ligurian pesto, but it’s about how to make a totally delicious vegan pesto – without using cheese or dairy!
THE INGREDIENTS EVERY VEGAN PESTO NEEDS
For the recipes click the link below
How to Make Perfect Vegan Pesto + 3 Foolproof Recipes!