Last night, I concocted the most heavenly of condiments, and for lack of a better word (sauce doesn't cut the butter here or accurately describe this), I called it a pesto. Some food pals and I discussed, and one suggested it's more of a dukkah. As far as I can tell, pesto doesn't require the inclusion of herbs/greens; pesto simply means to crush, via pestle traditionally.
It's: pistachios, pepitas, lime zest, pimenton, olive oil and salt. I'll post the recipe soon, but in the meantime, thoughts on the most accurate name?
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