Pine Nuts

Pine nuts, often referred to as pignole (Italian) in the culinary world, are a beautiful addition to so many of my favorite recipes. Pine nuts are the seed from pine cones of the pinyon tree or stone pine, which produce larger seeds that the type of pine trees in the Midwest and the main reason we can’t just grow pine nuts here in the Chicagoland area.

Pine Nuts | Halal Pantry- My Halal Kitchen

Some of my favorite recipes using pine nuts are:

Pesto
Fig and Pine Nut Stuffing

Read more about pine nuts:
Conifersociety.org
Michigan State Univesity Extension

What’s your favorite way or recipe to use pine nuts in cooking?

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  1. I like them in salads personally. They are really pricy though so I rarely use them! It’s too bad because they taste great. 🙂

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