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Lectin Free Dinner Recipe – Millet Pasta With Basil Parsley Pesto

Millet pasta with pesto pasta is an international dish worldwide and it’s widely enjoyed both for lunch and dinner all over the globe. Today I’m going to share with  you how to make fantastic flavorful gluten-free millet pasta with pesto within a short time for your favorite lunch and dinner time.

So don’t wait and make this amazing millet pasta with pesto recipe for lunch and dinner and impress your friends and family!

The fantastic, lusciously, and the super-easy recipe is ready in just 15 minutes!

I created this super-healthy pesto recipe with two powerful herbs that are loaded with vitamin K, Vitamin C, and iron. Please note that the dish can be made in any form and shape of pasta. This recipe is purely gluten-lectin-free – only 2 grains are lectin and gluten free millet and sorghum, you cans also make this recipe with cassava flour pasta.

The millet pasta with pesto is a wonderful recipe to make once you have guests over, everyone will love it!  This brand Big Green Organic Food makes amazing quality pasta, tastes like a real pasta. I guarantee your entire family will love this pasta

Powerhouse Basil Parsley Recipe for Pesto

Whizz up delicious super-easy homemade pesto in under 15 minutes with 7 healthy ingredients.

  1. Basil – 2 cups
  2. Parsley 2 cups
  3. 1 clove of garlic
  4. Less than 1/2 teaspoon iodized sea salt
  5. 1 tablespoon of fresh lemon juice
  6. Half cup of extra virgin olive oil
  7. 4 tablespoons of walnuts

Put all ingredients together in a blender, and blend everything.


How to Make Millet Pasta with Pesto?

Follow the steps and enjoy the making of a nutritious, healthy, and gluten-lectin-free recipe.

Step #1. prepare the millet shell (or any other shape of millet pasta)

Step #2. while millet pasta is cooking start preparing the pesto from the above recipe

Step#3 The third step is once the pasta is ready, I always rinse it in cold water to make pasta loose and to separate pasta from each other, and wash away any starch – then put it back to pan season with olive oil, iodized sea salt and heat it up  just for 2-3 min until hot.

Step#4 Serve pasta hot topped with pesto and sheep’s milk feta cheese – cheese is optional If you are vegan just skip the cheese part and it tastes great without cheese as well.


Where to buy it?

You can easily buy the sheep’s milk feta dodoni brand that sell in Costco and at trader’s joe’s they have great sheep’s milk cheese.


Nutritional benefits of Basil Parsley Pesto

The basil parsley pesto is so good for your good gut buddies, and your health In general and it’s so delicious.

Basil is an excellent source of vitamin K, iron, vitamin A, and vitamin C. It’s also a good source of calcium, magnesium, and omega-3 fatty acids.

Parsley has many vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that can provide important health benefits. It is a particularly rich source of vitamin K. A single tablespoon of fresh chopped parsley provides more than 70% of the recommended daily intake

Furthermore, Parsley also contains a good amount of vitamin A and antioxidants known as flavonoids.

Here is a link  where to buy the best gluten lectin free pastas – all shapes – made with only one ingredient – Organic millet or sorghum flour – the BEST – millet pasta tastes like a regular pasta


Referral Link 5% off – millet and sorghum pastas all shapes – click on the link bellow and when check out enter MANANA-5

or you can buy them on amazon also but regular price

Links where to buy gluten lectin free pasta


🌱LINKS for Organic Millet Pasta: LINK FOR Big Green Organic Food- Organic Millet Capellini PASTA 


LINK FOR Big Green Organic Food- Organic Millet Shell

LINK FOR Organic Millet Macaroni

The Final Touch

If you like gluten-lectin-free dishes, you can find more recipes on my website and on my youtube channel the millet pasta with pesto is a great for once a week dinner or lunch idea.

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