Monday, 15 June 2009

Patty Pot Pesto Sauce

There’s nothing quite like pasta and pesto sauce for whipping up a speedy meal in minutes and there’s nothing quite like California Orange for giving you that calm, spaced out vibe. So what happens when you combine the two together? Well why not try it out for yourself:

What you need:
1\3 Cup pine nuts (roasted for 10 minutes at 325 degrees)
1 bunch fresh basil (washed, dried, and chopped)
6 cloves of garlic (chopped)
1\2 Cup extra virgin olive oil
1\2 Cup Pecorinno Romano cheese (grated)
1 teaspoon cracked black pepper
1-2 grams freeze dried and chopped California Orange flowers or similar leaf grown from marijuana seeds

Place all of the ingredients except the cheese into a blender and mix until fairly smooth.
Once the sauce is fairly smooth add the grated Romano and blend until you have the consistency of a paste (Patty paste?). A dash of salt to taste may be added.
Extras: Some crazy people like to add a teaspoon of dried red New Mexico chilli flakes. I recommend that if you like the chilli kick go for it but leave the black pepper out in that event.
More extras: Highly Recommended: Add 1\2 Cup of heavy cream to the paste and blend.
Patty Pot Pesto will keep covered tightly in the refrigerator for three days.

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