Revolting fibrous texture, i really don't know how
Revolting fibrous texture, i really don't know how you can get pesto so wrong!
Really awful - no flavour apart from a horrible pl
Really awful - no flavour apart from a horrible plastic aftertaste. Multiple people found it deeply unpleasant, so it went in the bin.
Terrible after taste. Made in Italy - I don't think any Italian would defend this product as being pesto in the authentic sense.
Cheap substitute ingredients = tasteless
A Classic pesto recipe should contain: basil, pine nuts, olive oil, pecorino cheese and garlic. This tasteless version is loaded with substitute ingredients including sunflower oil, cashew nuts and even bamboo fibre - presumably to bulk it out. It doesn't taste good - I had to use twice the amount of a properly made pesto to get any semblance of taste. Save your money and buy a better quality product.
Lovely tasting peato
I really like Thie pesto . I can add to almost everything . Lovely on freshly cook pasta , just before serving. Great on toast with some slices of mozzarella. Gray in a sandwich with cheese or ham . Always have a bottle I. Cupboard at ready
Much cheaper than branded alternatives. It's very
Much cheaper than branded alternatives. It's very slightly on the bland side in comparison but this is not very noticeable at all.