If you are looking for something light and tomato-ey, try our Tritturi Pesto! Simple yet delicious, Tritturi satisfies with added spices, dried tomatoes and olives in a typical Sicilian style. Without meat or cheese, it's perfect for Vegans too!
Diana's Tip: Use up the left-overs from the fridge in one pot of pasta sauce which will come in handy on busy days.
If you are looking for a unique pesto, try our Bronte Pistachio Pesto! Best known for their emerald-green coloration and intense fragrance, Bronte Pistachios are widely lauded the best pistachio in the world, and many believe they have 3x the flavor than that of your standard pistachio. Furthermore, Bronte Pistachios represent less than 1% of the world’s pistachio production which makes them extremely special.
Brontese farmers perceptively noticed that pistachio trees give higher quality nuts, along with a greater yield, if allowed to skip a year of harvesting. They found that if the tree rests one year, it has more vigor to produce the prized fruit. Hence, on the off year the Brontese farmers prune all the buds from the pistachio trees thus eliminating not only the leafing of the tree, but the opportunity to harvest the nuts. The following year they allow the fruit to grow normally and harvest the world-renowned nuts.
Here, Diana from The Domestic Goddess Wannabe paired our Bronte Pistachio Pesto with our Elicoidali Pasta, Pancetta, Spinach, Roasted Cherry Tomatoes and shaved Enna Piacentinu (Pecorino cheese with Saffron and Peppercorn) for a wholesome meal!