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This sauce, from reader Laura Metrick of Dania Beach, Florida, also works well as a sandwich spread or a base for tomato bruschetta.

Source: Everyday Food, June 2009
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Feel free to include any type of soft green herb, such as oregano, chives, and mint. You can also substitute pistachios, walnuts, or pine nuts for the almonds. If you use a food processor, the sauce will have a thicker texture.

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