Put all ingredients for the pesto into a food processor and pulse until well combined. (A blender will work fine if that is what you have). Store pesto in an air tight container until ready to use.
Spiralize or julienne peel a butternut squash to create spaghetti noodles. Toss the noodles in a bit of olive oil, salt & pepper to bring out the richness in flavor and to soften the squash. Coat the the noodles with the sage pesto and serve. Garnish with fresh sage and a dusting of rawmesean cheese.
I would totally be up for this meal - that is if I had either electricity OR water. So another night of baba ganoush collard wraps for me! Maybe this wil be the celebratory meal when the power's restored!
Susan : ) said:
Set another placesetting at the table for ME today! : ) Licking the screen!
I am a big fan of that pie! I brought one to a raw potluck last weekend and everyone LOVED it. I like it because only has a few ingredients so people who eat simply can enjoy it. it's also nut-free, seed-free, and agave-free. yippee!
those noodles look so good! I've been too scared to try raw squash but i might try a bite with that recipe. thanks for sharing.
I'm a week behind. I just made the Asian Carrot Avocado Salad. Very, very tasty! And some left to take to work for lunch! That Spirooli machine is pretty awsome looking. I finally replaced my food processor and that made food prep so easy. Also made a saur kraut from the Earth Mother site. Trying all kinds of new things! Thanks for your inspiration.