Recetas — Pistachio
Warm weather brings juicy stone fruit, which is the perfect partner for creamy Italian burrata. The combination makes a delightful first course for an alfresco meal, though it is so delicious it could almost be a dessert. Dressed with an unusual chopped pistachio vinaigrette that’s enlivened with balsamic vinegar and pistachio oil, this sweet and savory dish will be your new go-to summer salad.
A hint of Spanish smoked paprika lends an unexpected fragrance to this bright, refreshing salsa, which enhances the meaty richness of the swordfish. The salsa also makes a good topping for other white-fleshed fish or for sautéed chicken breasts or thighs. If possible, assemble the salsa, except for the pistachios, an hour in advance of serving, and let sit at room temperature to allow the flavors to mingle. Then stir in the pistachios when ready to serve.
Add rich, luxurious flavor notes to your favorite Greek yogurt with a drizzle of our Roasted Pistachio Oil and a simple homemade apricot compote. Made with hand roasted pistachios and low in saturated fats, our Pistachio Oil illuminates the creamy nature of the yogurt and transforms it into a delightfully nutty snack, while the compote ushers in fruit sweetness to satiate any sugar craving.
Add some luxury to a simple sandwich. A drizzle of La Tourangelle Roasted Pistachio oil, a squeeze of lemon on fresh avocado and you have a wonder for your lunch. You can add some avocado oil mayonnaise to have a richer plate (see our recipe of avocado oil mayonnaise recipe).