This creamy flavorful kale pesto will have you reaching for a spoon so you can dig right in. Easy to make and goes with just about everything!
I pretty much died when this pesto made with kale, arugula and radicchio was created. The layer of creamy I have going on here is insane. It’s just enough to leave you wondering if there is a touch of half and half snuck in, but not so much it takes you away from that pesto flavor.
I originally made this while putting my creativity to the test during a recipe testing phase for a campaign I was working on (recipe coming soon). I knew immediately that this had to be included in the recipe, but it was so good it needed a post of it’s own. Lucky you.
So here we are, unveiling this to die for sauce. Ever since it’s creation, I have tried it on many things from pasta to veggies to farro (hint hint, it may go really good on farro).
The best part is that it pairs incredibly with the sauce in my previous post, Maple Miso Balsamic! The flavors that mesh together between these two sauces is incredible. A marriage made in heaven.
I use them both in my recipe coming later this week, and I promise it will be amazing. I was literally licking my plate, good thing I cook and eat my creations in the privacy of my own home. When I say animal style, I am not referring to your order at In N Out.
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If you happen to decide that your belly needs a treat, then please give this a try and let me know right away! Especially if you try it with my Maple Miso Balsamic Sauce, you will not be sorry. You can leave a comment here, find me on Facebook or tag me on Instagram at veggiesdontbite #veggiesdontbite so I don’t miss it!
- Place ingredients into a food processor or blender and blend until pureed. Serve hot or cold.
- The Earthbound Farms brand mix is the one I used however you can also simply buy each one separately and mix in, in a 2:2:1:1 ratio with the mizuna and radicchio being the 1.
- If you can't find them all, then simply use what you find just make sure the total cups needed are the same.
- You can add more or less veggie broth (or water for raw) depending on consistency you want.