It’s not a pesto, it’s not a chimichurri, it’s a magic sauce perfectly suited for spring.
Make it and put it on everything. Roasted veggies, toast, pasta, burritos or tacos, a veggie burger — I mean, anything.
No need to be super precise in measuring…personalize it according to your flavor preferences.
Magic Spring Sauce
1 bunch flat leaf parsley
1-2 bunch(es) cilantro
2-4 cloves garlic
Lime juice (lemon would do fine)
1/2 C (or so) oil (Thrive Algae Oil is my favorite for health reasons)
Optional 1/4-1/2 C nuts — pistachios or walnuts would be great
Optional jalapeno or chili pepper flakes if you like some kick
Put everything in a food processor or blender and mix it up!
Mine was thicker, more spreadable and sauce-y.
It could also be a pesto-like dip by adding more oil after blending
or a thicker veggie dip with less oil
or a salad dressing by adding a little water.
You know I’m a fan of getting extra nutrients in super sly ways, so you could also play with adding a spoonful of miso or some white beans or a little nutritional yeast…and then adjust the oil/water for desired thickness.
The Magic Sauce has limitless potential!!
Let me know if you try it 🙂
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