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This is a light and healthy pesto sauce from an easy to grow mustard greens which makes a great green meal for St. Patrick's Day. For this recipe ...
Go out to your garden and harvest the mustard greens and young mustard that you need for this recipe. Alternatively, go to a store and buy the ingredients.
Next, clean and chop the garlic. Since this is prepared in a blender how you chop the garlic is not important, I just chop it enough that it ...
Roughly chop a few walnuts, I added about one cup of walnuts to this recipe.
Add the garlic, walnuts, and oil to the bottom of the blender. Adding these first makes the blender go more smoothly, especially with a green as thick as ...
Cut the base off of the mustard greens. You can use most of the stems in the pesto. Also be sure to carefully wash your greens and remove ...
Now add your greens to the blender. I cram as much as will fit in my blender at a time. If you have more than one blender jar ...
Put the lid on your blender and start blending! I start on the lowest speed until the walnuts and garlic start to incorporate together with the oil and ...
Be sure to taste your pesto before removing it from the blender in case you need to adjust the garlic, salt, or other seasoning. You can add hot ...
Once the seasoning has been adjusted, serve and enjoy! Pesto can used... on pasta as pizza sauce as a dip for veggies or chips on baked potatoes in ...
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