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Most of my experiences with pesto is where pesto is like a watery sauce that's used to line a pizza base or drench some pasta; but Topshelf redefined what I expect of pesto.Rich in consistency, it holds its own shape, much like peanut butter except not quite so sticky-gooey. Rich in herby flavours and creamy in texture, the pesto is an aromatic and indulgent sauce and feels almost like an independent dish.Toasted pine nuts give a lot of nutty aroma to the dish, despite being small in quantity; a
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Most of my experiences with pesto is where pesto is like a watery sauce that's used to line a pizza base or drench some pasta; but Topshelf redefined what I expect of pesto.

Rich in consistency, it holds its own shape, much like peanut butter except not quite so sticky-gooey. Rich in herby flavours and creamy in texture, the pesto is an aromatic and indulgent sauce and feels almost like an independent dish.

Toasted pine nuts give a lot of nutty aroma to the dish, despite being small in quantity; and the shaved parmesan gives a mild sharpness and heavy mouthfeel to the dish.

The serving size isn't very big, but the richness makes it good enough for one. Unfortunately, I shared this and it wasn't enough for me.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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