Roasted Red Pepper and Walnut “Pesto”

Heather has chosen this week’s recipe.

Show us your take! Leave your link below.

Non-blogging participants: If you made this dish, let us know your thoughts here or on our Facebook page—where you can also upload your own photos to our wall!

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54 thoughts on “Roasted Red Pepper and Walnut “Pesto”

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  11. Hi everyone! I’m new as of this week and really excited to be a part of this project!

    This was a fantastic choice Heather! I’ve already used the pesto 3 different ways!
    For my post I made a twice baked sweet potato with the roasted red pepper and walnut pesto, a little dill and some creamy goat cheese. Yum!

    http://thesuburbanpeasant.wordpress.com/2012/02/20/twice-baked-sweet-potatoes-with-roasted-red-pepper-and-walnut-pesto-the-food-matters-project/

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  13. I had a great time hosting this week – and totally loved seeing everybody’s twists, turns, adaptations and fabulous uses of/for this “pesto”! My mouth watered a little each time I visited a post… 😉

  14. What a delicious recipe! Unfortunately my local had no red peppers, but I did have an abundance of kale – I thought this would make a good substitute with a few little changes (I thought I’d better change the walnuts for cashews to add a little sweetness as the kale is already quite bitter). Can’t wait to try everyone’s takes! Thanks.
    http://mywholefoodromance.blogspot.com.au/

  15. So excited for this recipe when I finally get a chance to do some home cooking. I’ve had a bag of walnuts for quite sometime and this will be the perfect recipe to try it out with. As we probably all have a weakness for pasta, this should be a bit more of an update on our usua sauce recipes! Will definitely be posting pictures of it shortly. It’s great to see so much support in this community and definitely look forward to participating more.

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