We love having these bright flowers in our gardens to attract birds and bees, but did you know that the leaves and petals are edible? Nasturtium Pesto will have you planting more seeds and making more.
Pick nasturtiums and wash and rinse each leaf under cold water. Use a salad spinner to remove excess water or pat dry.
In a small skillet over medium heat, add walnuts gently stir until they are toasted.
In a food processor, add the hot walnuts and coarsely chop.
Add garlic to the food processor.
Add Parmesan, olive oil, lemon juice, and salt to the food processor.
Using a spatula, scoop it into a jar and chill for half an hour.
This recipe is a BonBon Break original. Please do not replicate without expressed permission.
Fresh Nasturtium Pesto Recipe https://www.bonbonbreak.com/fresh-nasturtium-pesto-recipe/