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Thursday, 7 January 2016

Sacla Vegetarian Pesto

What a find! Finally somebody has made a pesto suitable for vegetarians, thank you Sacla!

This is delicious, not much is better than a plate full of steaming hot pasta mixed in with Sacla's vegetarian pesto - absolutely delicious! Pesto is something I have always had to make myself due to Parmesan always being used, now I keep a stock of these in my cupboard as they are handy to add a bit of taste to anything. I love to roast large mushrooms and spread a thin layer of this on top and sprinkle with a bit of cheese. If you have a look at their website www.sacla.co.uk they have loads of recipes and ideas.

Sunflower Seed Oil, Fresh Italian Basil (36%), Medium Fat Hard Cheese, Cashew Nuts, Sea Salt, Pine Kernals, Natural Garlic Flavouring with other Natural Flavourings, Potato Flakes, Fructose, Acidity Regulator: Lactic Acid; Extra Virgin Olive Oil. 100% Organic
Energy 1875kJ/455kcal, Protein 5.2g, Carbohydrate 3.1g (of which sugars 1.4g), Fat 45.9g (of which saturates 6.2g), Fibre 4.4g, Salt 2.9g
Nuts, Milk
Free From
Gluten, Soya, Artificial Flavourings, Preservatives, MSG, Sesame products, Sulphur Dioxide, GMO. Note: the cheese that we use in pesto does not contain animal rennet.
Typical values per 100g

A well deserved and delicious 5 out of 5 tomatoes

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