Chicken Walnut Pesto

For my main dish tonight I made some parmesan breaded chicken, with some fresh walnut pesto (I used my fresh basil from my garden).  I figured why not add a little nutty flavor to it.  To combine with this dish I sautéed some asparagus in a skillet, wrapped it with prosciutto and placed it on top of the chicken and pesto.  Since I had some Freekeh grain left from my appetizer I drizzled it over my dish.  The combination of all the flavors kept all taste buds exploding.  Below Is a picture of all the ingredients in the food processor.  Pesto is so easy to make and you can add it to so many dishes.


13 Comments Add yours

  1. lizforaday says:

    I have never heard of Freekeh grain. At the risk of sounding stupid how is it cooked and where do you find it?

    1. lol You don’t sound stupid. Trust me I asked the same questions. Here is all the info you need on it. The site will tell you about it, and where you can get it or order it. 🙂

      1. lizforaday says:

        I think you forgot the link. 🙂

      2. lizforaday says:

        I forgive you. LOL! Thanks 🙂

  2. This looks SOOOOO good. Going to grab everything I need to make it tonight!!!

    1. Let me know if you have any questions. Ill be glad to answer them for you. =)

      1. What is the sauce on the left side of the plate? Thx!

      2. Its a Balsamic Glaze. Super yummy with this dish.

      3. Thank you! Sounds like a great complement to the flavors….it’s all on tap for dinner tomorrow evening. Today got away from me (as usual!)…

      4. Yay! I finally made this, last evening, and, if I may say so, totally rocked it…..working on a post for later today to share (and, of course, give credit where credit is DUE). 🙂

      5. Im Glad you liked it. Cant wait to see the post. 🙂

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