Broccoli sauce

This broccoli sauce, which is totally raw, is perfect with pasta or croutons.




200 g of broccoli

30 g of pine nuts

juice of 1/2 a lemon

salt, pepper

2 spoonful of water

5 spoonful of extra virgin olive oil


 © Laura La Monaca


Clean well broccoli tips and stalks. Put the broccoli, pine nuts, juice of half a lemon, salt, pepper in a blender. Add two spoonful of water and blend. Add a few sprigs of thyme and 5 spoonful of oil and blend until smooth. If you think that the sauce is too dry, add some other spoonful of oil.


Season pasta with broccoli sauce and serve.

 © Laura La Monaca

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