Pasta with Green Beans, Potatoes and Pesto

Pesto is perhaps the worlds greatest food for showing off light, leafy white wines. While a Sauvignon Blanc will certainly enhance the pesto and the beans, any other lightly herbal white wine will also do the trick. The addition of potatoes and pasta adds richness, which must be cut, so look for a wine with noticeable acidity. Dependable: Sauvignon Blanc. Daring: dry sparkling wine such as a Prosecco.
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Review 1 for Pasta with Green Beans, Potatoes and Pesto
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Shellgirl
July 13, 2011
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Easy Summer Recipe
July 13, 2011
This was my first attempt at making pesto. I am also growing basil for the first time. It was delicious! My husband can be a picky eater at times and he couldn't get enough of it. I made the pesto in my food processor, really easy.
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stitcher76
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May 6, 2010
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Great summer dish
May 6, 2010
Make this in the summer when you can get fresh green beans and basil. I use a food processor for the basil pesto. I find it quicker that way over the mortar and pestle.