pesto

Recipe

Kale Pesto and Sausage Orecchiette

Kale: It's not just for salad anymore.
Farideh Sadeghin
3.22.18
Recipe

Pasta with Mint and Breadcrumb Pesto

Mint, stale bread, and some ice cubes set this simple pesto apart from any other.
Massimo Bottura
2.19.18
Recipe

Grilled Octopus with Braised Black-Eyed Peas

Tender, steak-like octopus gets topped with a spicy Guajillo chile sauce and homemade pesto, and rests on a bed of nicely stewed black-eyed peas.
Travis Lett
9.11.17
quickies

Quickies: How to Make an Easy Pistachio Pesto

“If you have really good ingredients, a meal doesn’t have to take an hour and a half.”
Daisy Meager
7.5.17
Munchies

Workaholics: Up Your Grain Bowl Game with Chicken Fat and Crispy Rice

"You can add anything in the fridge. You just want the dish to have appeal—like, 'fuck, that's good.'"
Alex Swerdloff
6.27.17
Recipe

Spring Vegetables and Wild Rice

Sure, this calls for spring vegetables, but you could really add in any vegetables that you have on hand that are in season for a quick and simple after work meal.
Michael Hamilton
6.26.17
Send Noodz

Send Noodz: How to Make Rich and Creamy Ricotta Pansotti

Michael White shows us how to make these tiny pockets of joy at home.
Rupa Bhattacharya
5.22.17
Recipe

Ricotta Pansotti

Fluffy and light, these dumplings won't weigh you down.
Michael White
5.19.17
Recipe

Stinging Nettle Pesto

Bright and slightly creamy, this simple pesto is perfect on pasta, pizza, eggs, steak ... pretty much anything.
Michael White
5.15.17
Recipe

Trenette Genovese

The potatoes serve to soak up the driblets of oil from the pesto while the beans add a delightful crunch and a counterpoint of sweetness.
Mario Batali
5.10.17
Make this

Make Your Own Pasta from Scratch Tonight Because We Believe In You

Inspired by the sesame noodles at Han Dynasty, this bucatini with spicy toasted-almond pesto will make your night into a creamy pasta dream.
Munchies Staff
2.18.17
Italian food

Forget Everything You Thought You Knew About Pesto

“The jars you buy in the shop are gross. It’s not a sauce. Pesto is expensive to make because you can’t compromise on the quality of ingredients.”
Daisy Meager
1.5.17
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