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200 grams Basil
Basil Basil is a popular culinary herb that is easy to grow and can be added to almost any meat or Veg dish to give it an instant taste boost. This plant leaf is identified by its unique refreshing aroma; the color ranges from light green to purple depending upon the...
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2 pieces lemon
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50 grams Peanuts
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1 tablespoon sugar
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1/2 tablespoon salt
Also known as : sea salt , iodized salt
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3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
extra virgin olive oil The purest form of unrefined olive oil, extra virgin olive oil has a golden green color and very low level of oleic acid. Because of the way the oil is extracted it retains the true light peppery taste of olives and is packed with minerals and vitamins founds in olives....
    4 tablespoons Water
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    About The Chef
    Lives in : New Delhi India British / Indian - guy currently living in New Delhi , I grow my own basil, thyme and oregano my favorite three ingredients. Like to live organic/ healthy and cook as much as possible. Currently on a journey of world cuisine with

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    This one is my own mix of thigs that I created one day when some guests came I had very little to work it. What I did have is alot of chefs basil growing around my house and some penuts. I spoke to my partner to make some pesto and he said the parmeson cheese was out which lead to me making this crazy dish.
    • Make paste of all ingredient in Mixer.

    • Serve it with crispey dry bread

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