I had been dreaming of a recipe I stumbled across on raw epicurean for months, I had finally attempted to it. I made a few alterations, and this is how it turned out! Absolutely delish! Even my cooked-veggie boy loved it. It will defiantly be made again in my kitchen.
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Recipe Directions

To Assemble:

One) Pulse Ingredients for pesto in food processor until a creamy consistency is reached. Place pesto in a bowl and set aside. Rinse food processor.

Two) Use a carrot peeler to create thin slices of Zucchini, lay flat and spread an even coating of pesto on zucchini slice. Roll up, and place one rolled side up on a plate.

Three) Pulse Ingredients for Red Pepper Bruschetta in Food processor, consistency should be chunky. Pour over Zucchini rolls.

Enjoy!

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I had been dreaming of a recipe I stumbled across on raw epicurean for months, I had finally attempted to it. I made a few alterations, and this is how it turned out! Absolutely delish! Even my cooked-veggie boy loved it. It will defiantly be made again in my kitchen.

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once again my photos are not working, is there some sort of trick to this?

they are viewable on my blog:

http://apearlskitchen.blogspot.com/

thank you!

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I'm bettin' this would be really good stacked up in layers lasagna-style, too!

I don't have basil & pine nuts, but I have spinach and mac nuts... I think I'll try that this week.

Thanks!

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I made this tonight- sort of. lol. I used, based on what was on hand, spinach & a mixture of walnuts and cashews. I also stacked it in layers, vs rolling it. And topped with the Red Pepper Bruschetta as listed. I figured the bf wouldn't touch anything that looked like sushi!! (Which he later confirmed! lol) He loved it, and was totally impressed! I suppose I made enough changes that it really is a 'different' recipe, but it was definitely inspired by this one, so: Thanks!!

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The pesto was amazing!!

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I made this tonight- sort of. lol. I used, based on what was on hand, spinach & a mixture of walnuts and cashews. I also stacked it in layers, vs rolling it. And topped with the Red Pepper Bruschetta as listed. I figured the bf wouldn't touch anything that looked like sushi!! (Which he later confirmed! lol) He loved it, and was totally impressed! I suppose I made enough changes that it really is a 'different' recipe, but it was definitely inspired by this one, so: Thanks!!

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these look delicious

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I'm bettin' this would be really good stacked up in layers lasagna-style, too!

I don't have basil & pine nuts, but I have spinach and mac nuts... I think I'll try that this week.

Thanks!

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This recipe sounds divine. I also love your lemon tart recipe.

For help posting pictures click here and check reply #22. Hope this helps.

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once again my photos are not working, is there some sort of trick to this?

they are viewable on my blog:

http://apearlskitchen.blogspot.com/

thank you!

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