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Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Pasta Sauce Recipe

by Jeanette on April 2, 2012 · 183 Comments
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Whole Grain Pasta with Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto, Chicken and Roasted Vegetables

Whole Grain Pasta with Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto, Chicken and Roasted Vegetables

Spring is the busiest time of year for my kids, with all the different sports they play. The activity level has already started to pick up and I can feel the stress of getting dinner on the table creeping up on me. Although I love to cook and actually enjoy spending a lot of time preparing dinner (I know some of you think I’m crazy), there are days when there just isn’t enough time to do that.

However, just because I don’t have the luxury of spending a few hours in the kitchen cooking dinner doesn’t mean I can’t try my best to put a healthy satisfying meal on the table. It can definitely be a challenge, but with a little planning, and a handful of “secret” sauces, dinner can be on the table in less than thirty minutes.

Here are a few tips and tricks for making a quick dinner:

  • Have a few pre-made sauces on hand, e.g., basil pesto, sun dried tomato pesto
  • Roast or blanch vegetables ahead of time for a quick side dish or to toss with pasta (can be done in large batches using a variety of vegetables), e.g., asparagus, cherry tomatoes, broccoli, green beans, sugar snap peas
  • Grill or pan sear some boneless chicken cutlets ahead of time (or buy a rotisserie chicken from the supermarket)

One of the easiest dinners to make that I know my kids will always enjoy is pasta. They could probably eat pasta practically every day if I made it. Spring calls for lighter and shorter preparations, and one of my favorite sauces to have on hand is pesto in all different varieties.

The more traditional basil pesto is always a favorite, but so are Basil Garlic Scape Pesto, Swiss Chard Garlic Scape Pesto, Spinach Basil Pesto, and the Sun-dried Tomato Pesto recipe I am sharing today. Pesto freezes well too, so, often, I have a small container of one of these pestos in my freezer to stir into soup or mix with pasta for a quick and easy meal.

This past week, I had a taste of what our busy Spring season will be like. I had to leave our house at 4:30PM to pick up one of my kids and wasn’t going to get back home until 8:00PM. So, that meant I had to have dinner ready before I left the house. I started roasting the asparagus and cherry tomatoes and cooking the pasta at 3:30PM, and within 25 minutes, dinner was ready. I had just enough time to take a few photographs of this dish before feeding two of my boys and dashing out the door for the evening. Fortunately, I remembered to pack a container of this Pasta with Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto, Chicken and Roasted Vegetables for my other son that I was picking up from school before heading straight to sports practice.

When I pulled out my recipe for Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto the other day, I realized I did not have any fresh basil on hand. Although basil is abundant in the summer here, it is expensive this time of year. So, when I received a sampling of Monterey Gourmet Foods™ products the other day, including a container of Basil Pesto with Almonds and Pine Nuts, I was thrilled. The basil pesto worked perfectly as a substitute for fresh basil.

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I had never tried Monterey Gourmet Foods’ products before, which include pastas and sauces, but when I learned that their products are all natural, I knew I could use them to make a quick and easy delicious, satisfying, and healthy meal for my family in a pinch. Just a stir-in of basil pesto into marinara sauce, or a spoonful of their Cilantro-Lime Pesto on top of grilled chicken or fish would perk up any meal.

Monterey Gourmet Foods follows eight strict All Natural Principles. Their products do not contain artificial preservatives, chemically manufactured additives, artificial coloring, flavoring, or sweeteners, monosodium glutamate, hydrogenated oil, or irradiated ingredients, so you can be assured you are offering the highest quality food for your family. Any products containing dairy/meat are not from cows treated with rBST, rBGH or antibiotics. They also strive for Non-GMO status across their products.

I am so glad I pulled this recipe out of my tried and true recipe binder. My kids raved about this meal. I had forgotten how much they loved this recipe. I’ve got more sun-dried tomatoes, so I’ll be making a stash of this Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto for one of my busy days.

Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto

Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto

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Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Pasta Sauce Recipe

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

Yield: 6

Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Pasta Sauce Recipe

Ingredients

    Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto
  • 1 cup drained oil-packed sun-dried tomatoes
  • 3 garlic cloves
  • 3 tablespoons basil pesto
  • 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
  • 1/4 cup Romano or Parmesan cheese
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • Pasta
  • 1 pound whole grain or gluten-free pasta
  • 1/2 cup pasta cooking liquid
  • 1 recipe Roasted Asparagus and Cherry Tomatoes
  • 1 1/2 - 2 cups leftover Grilled Chicken or roast chicken

Directions

    Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto
  1. Place tomatoes and garlic in food processor. Process until almost smooth. Add basil pesto and process until blended. With machine running, gradually add olive oil. Add Romano cheese and process until blended. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
  2. Pasta
  3. Cook your favorite pasta until al dente and reserve 1/2 cup of pasta cooking liquid. Whisk some pasta cooking liquid into Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto until desired consistency is reached.
  4. Toss sauce with hot pasta, Roasted Asparagus and Cherry Tomatoes and chicken.
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Comments

  1. I would make my cannelloni. Mmmm! :D Thank you for the giveaway! :D http://chocolateandcarrots.com/2011/03/cannelloni

  2. Iris Lee says:

    I would make the recipe you posted about – it looks mouth-wateringly fantastic!

  3. nicole mezni says:

    I will have to try it!! One of my son’s loves pesto, the other not so much…wonder if I could get him to like it???? hmmm!

  4. suzi fichman says:

    This looks right up my alley!! I always cook on the weekend for the week, like you I make sure I have those “go to ” sauces like pesto and tomato sauce and usually a hummus, too. getting ready to plant my new basil plants!!! no shortage of pesto around here!!

  5. suzi fichman says:

    oh, and I will substitute nutritional yeast for the cheese, cuz we are vegan.makes this perfect for us!!

  6. Yummy recipe , perfect for a girls night in!!

  7. Mami2jcn says:

    I would make lasagna.

  8. Alaine88 says:

    I would make whole wheat ziti
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  9. Mami2jcn says:

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  10. courtney b says:

    we would make a pesto caprese.. its our favorite!

  11. courtney b says:
  12. Stephanie says:

    I would make lasagna

  13. Jessica P says:

    I would love to use their Basil, Almond & Pine Nut pesto to make a pesto chicken pizza!

  14. That looks amazing. I will try to make a version without the pinenuts in the pesto since my three old has nut allergies. Thank you for the wonderful recipe!

    • Jeanette Jeanette says:

      You can definitely leave out the nuts. I’ve done that before. It changes the texture a bit, but it will still be delicious.

  15. I’m making this tonight, but will use zucchini pasta instead!

    • Jeanette Jeanette says:

      I love the idea of zucchini pasta. I have a spiralizer that I need to take out more often to make spaghetti shaped zucchini strands.

  16. I will make ravioli with sauce

  17. I would make penne with pesto

  18. Jeanette, this looks delicious. I love pesto and look forward to trying this version! xxx

  19. Margaret says:

    Looks great! Can substitute nutritional yeast for Parmesan cheese.
    (Is it kosher to leave more than one comment??)

  20. Jeanette Jeanette says:

    Margaret – you are always welcome to leave more than one comment. For the giveaway, the only requirement is that the comment cannot be a duplicate comment.

  21. anna pry says:

    i’d make Red Pepper Pesto and Arugula Pizza
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  22. anna pry says:
  23. Love pesto and thank you for the giveaway! I would slather pesto on sandwiches and pastas. It’s just that good!

  24. That picture of your sundried tomato pesto looks so gorgeous. And what a lovely giveaway! I love pestos and the assortment of them from Monterey Foods is just superb! I use pestos for just about anything…mix with pasta, use as a sandwich spread and sometimes even mix some in a dip or season yoghurt! Yummm!

  25. I would love to create a Creamy Ricotta Florentine Ravioli with Alfredo sauce using Monterey Gourmet Foods products. Sounds yummy and couldn’t be any easier. I can’t wait to try this combination.

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  27. i would use them to coat veggies and tofu before i roasted them. =)

  28. Christopher Sorel says:

    I would use some Basil Pesto with Almonds & Pine Nuts with Whole Wheat Tomato, Basil & Mozzarella Ravioli top it with some grillec chicken. Oh tasty

  29. Christopher Sorel says:
  30. The asparagus makes it look so pretty! I would love to try to make that dish.

  31. Oh my goodness, that sun-dried tomato pesto looks wonderful! It would be wonderful on so many things – pasta, fish, sandwiches… And I absolutely adore Monterey Gourmet Food products.

  32. veggie lasagna! I love making it, every season inspires new combinations.

  33. I’d totally make up a quick veggie pizza. Roll out the dough, add the pesto as the base, top with your favorite veggies and cheeses!

  34. Denise L says:

    OMG you’re making me hungry! I’d love to try their Butternut Squash ravioli in a sage butter sauce.

  35. Denise L says:
  36. We are new to gluten free. I would use this to make a pasta dish with some of the new gluten free noodles we are trying. I am also interested in trying to freeze some of the sauces for future use.

  37. i would swap regular noodles for the ravioli in my cajun shrimp pasta. yum!!

  38. i love the idea of mixing in pesto to the marinara sauce! for some reason, i’ve never mixed the two together – always separate! good idea jeanette :D. i think i would love to roast veggies in that pesto sauce from monterey gourmet foods!

  39. I just made a huge batch of oven dried tomatoes. This will be a lovely way to use them.

  40. I would make shrimp with pasta and their cilantro lime pesto.

  41. Karina Lee says:
  42. Karina Lee says:

    i would make the ravioli

  43. I would make a grilled chicken and pasta with pesto sauce.

  44. I’d make Veggie Lasagna.

  45. I would make lasagna roll-ups. It is such a great recipe that can be frozen and pulled out for a busy night! Thanks for the chance :)

  46. I would love to try this recipe you posted! Looks delish, and I could really use some help in getting the ingredients paid for!

  47. I’d like to try the Butternut Squash Ravioli.

  48. I’m all over this sun dried tomato pesto! Looks marvelous. Would definitely like to give this a try.

    Hope you had fun at IACP. I know I did! ;-)

  49. The pesto sauce looks great!

  50. What a delightful pasta dish…the pesto sounds lovely :)
    A wonderful giveaway…hope you are having a great week!

  51. I’m going to buy me some sun dried tomato pesto today, it looks beautiful and I’m sure it would taste amazing on pasta.

  52. Put pesto on ANYTHING and I’m convinced it’s five million times better, This pasta sounds delicious! I would use this sun-dried tomato pesto in lasagna with some roasted asparagus. So delicious!

  53. Pesto is one my fav condiments. I will eat it by the spoonfuls and on anything and everything. I have to say, I haven’t tried sundried tomato pesto, so I’m going to have to give this a go.

  54. i would make ziti! Thanks for a super giveaway!

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  56. I would love to make this pesto and use it on my gluten free pasta

  57. Susan Smith says:

    I’d make Alfredo sauce over the Roasted Garlic Chicken Ravioli

  58. Susan Smith says:
  59. I’d use it for my buttersquash ravioli! :)

  60. Jessie C. says:

    I’d make lasagna.
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  61. Jessie C. says:
  62. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    id love to try their tortellini

  63. Amanda Sakovitz says:
  64. Mary McDonald says:

    I would make Chicken Marco Polo.

  65. I know my family would love the Rainbow Five Cheese Tortelloni.

  66. I think I’d use the tomato, basil and mozzarella ravioli and the fire roasted mushroom and four cheese ravioli layered with homemade sauce (or maybe I’d try one from Monterey Gourmet) and little meatballs to make a cheater’s lasagne!

  67. I would make Ravioli Soup.

  68. Stephanie says:

    The ravioli sounds delicious!

  69. i would make some veggie ravioli w/ the addition of some seasonally veggies.

  70. i would make a pasta salad with their pesto sauce!

  71. I would make Tortelloni salad with their pasta.

  72. I’d try their creamy ricotta florentine ravioli and have some en brodo (in broth) and some the next day in a salad,.

  73. billiejean says:

    My parents love pasta, and I love cooking for them! I would make them Roasted Garlic and Chicken Ravioli with the Hearty Garden Marinara Sauce, I’m thinking they would like that!

  74. billiejean says:
  75. I would live to try the Cilantro Lime Pesto. We eat a lot of pasta and I enjoy using different sauces.

  76. I would love to try making pesto pizza using their pesto varieties, especially the Artichoke Lemon. Thanks!

  77. Your picture for the Whole Grain Pasta with Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto, Chicken and Roasted Vegetables is to drool over. I’d also like to make the Lobster Ravioli with Saffron Cream Sauce from the Monterey Gourmet Foods website.

  78. I would make the Shrimp & North Atlantic Lobster Ravioli

  79. I want to make tuna pasta with them. thanks for the giveaway.
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  80. I’m going to make it with nutritional yeast and use it for paninis with veggies!

  81. Laurel Fraher says:

    I would make baked tofu topped with the Cilantro Lime Pesto, or use any of the pestos on homemade pizza… yum!!!

  82. sandra s says:

    I love to top whole grain crispbread with basil pesto or olive tapenade. I top it with fresh marinated mozarella, red and yellow tomatoes and freshly cracked black pepper. It makes a quick and delicious healthy snack or light meal.

  83. I’m not one to use too many prepackaged products because of the amount of sodium in them. I will try this Basil Pesto though in order to make this recipe and judge the sodium level from there. I am new to your website and think this recipe looks delicious. Thank you for the opportunity to enter your contest!

  84. Maria McNerney says:

    This sauce looks delicious! I would make two versions: one with the Monterey Gourmet pesto (assuming it’s dairy free?) you mentioned for myself and my husband to top our chicken pasta for work lunches, and one without the nuts for my toddler that we can share at home. We are gluten free and dairy free (among other things) as well so I would try nutritional yeast and gluten free pasta of course! Thanks for the entry opportunity. :)

  85. love your allergy foods, great healthy dishes.

  86. mmmmm! I would make lobster ravioli with alfredo sauce. So many wonderful varieties to choose from!

  87. i would make lasagna – it’s one of our favorite dishes!
    but that Sun dried Tomato pesto you really looks good!

  88. i would make lasagna – it’s one of our favorite dishes!
    but that Sun dried Tomato pesto you have pictured really looks good!

  89. The cilantro lime pesto sounds amazing – I would use it in my recipe for chicken enchiladas, which I have transformed for simplicity’s sake into something shaped more like lasagna. I like to call it chicken enchilasagna. The cilantro pesto would be just the thing to kick it up (and would mean I wouldn’t have to buy a big bunch of fresh cilantro, most of which seems to rot before I can use it all).

  90. i’d make their potato parmesan gnocchi

  91. I have made veggie ravioli, with green onions and yellow onions, and some marianna sauce.

  92. It’s been shared and liked on my Facebook:)

  93. Erica Best says:

    I would love to make homemade pasta with brown butter

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  94. Erica Best says:
  95. ANGEL JACKLYN says:

    I JUST CAME ACROSS A RECIPE I’D LOVE TO MAKE VIA THE LAST BLOG I WAS ON! Ravioli with Basil Pesto Cream Sauce http://eclecticrecipes.com/ravioli-with-basil-pesto-cream-sauce

  96. ANGEL JACKLYN says:
  97. Theresa J says:
  98. Theresa J says:

    Ravioli with alfredo sauce sounds delicious

  99. Deb Anderson says:

    Even though my family loves pasta, I’ve discovered I can sometimes use rice in place of pasta and they love it too. Especially brown and wild rice. Recently I paired alfredo sauce with brown rice and grilled scallops and it was out of this world! I would love to try Monterey Gourmet Foods Alfredo sauce in my recipes.

  100. Deb Anderson says:
  101. I’d make Spinach Ravioli Lasagna.

  102. I would love to try this pesto on pizza dough or on my lunch sandwiches for an added flair! Thanks so much for sharing!

  103. I would have to try my lasagna with pesto! Thanks so much!

  104. Jane Bonacci - The Heritage Cook says:

    I love this recipe Jeanette! I have a big jar of sun-dried tomatoes and some frozen pesto. This will be perfect for dinner this week. Thanks for the inspiration!!!

  105. Michelle H. says:

    I’d use the Pesto Sauce and make Prime Veal Chop with Pesto and Feta Cheese

  106. Michelle H. says:
  107. Rebecca Graham says:

    I would make lasagna.

  108. Crystal Warren says:

    I would use their alfredo sauce to make my family’s favorite Chicken Alfredo with fresh mushrooms
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  109. Crystal Warren says:
  110. Brandy says:

    I’d make veggie primavera.

    –Brandy
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  111. Heather Brandt says:

    I’d make spaghetti using spaghetti squash & sauce :)

  112. Virginia says:

    I already have my Basil and veggies planted! Can’t wait for the fresh veggies and herbs to make this!

    Did you know that Basil is considered the “King of Herbs”?

    Thank you for your website! I love it!

  113. I love pesto! I would use it on raw zucchini noodles..yumo!

  114. Alissa says:

    Pesto with almonds sounds like it will be creamier.

  115. Becky Horn says:

    I think I would like to try the Ravioli
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  116. Your recipe looks yummy! I might give that a try!

  117. Erin from Long Island says:

    i’d love to make the Butternut Squash with Orange Sage

  118. Erin from Long Island says:
  119. I would make baked spaghetti.

  120. Debra F says:

    I think I would love the tortellini with their pesto sauce, so that would be the first thing I would make…honestly though, all of the products really look delicious!

  121. Kelly Massman says:

    I think i would make some type of yummy salad to go with the pasta and add a mild cream sauce to go with it. I don’t really use recipes any more…
    Thanks for a chance to win and have a great day!
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  122. MelissaO says:

    I’d make their Butternut Squash Ravioli with a brown butter and fried sage sauce.

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  123. Tiffany Winner says:

    their recipe for RAINBOW TORTELLONI PASTA SALAD sounds good, i’d try to make that
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  124. Tabathia B says:
  125. Gina M Maddox says:

    I would love to make a pasta salad that would be delicious as the weather gets warmer. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  126. Gina M Maddox says:

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  127. Deanna G. says:

    I would make some Fettuccine Alfredo w/their Creamy Alfredo sauce.

  128. Christina Tong says:

    The Monterey Gourmet Foods Product sounds delicious! I would love to make the Roasted Chicken & Mozzarella Ravioli and Basil with Almonds & Pine Nuts Pesto Sauce. Can’t wait to try them!

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  129. Christina Tong says:

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  130. I would make stuffed shells

  131. I would make chicken & pasta with pesto cream sauce. Great giveaway!

  132. I’d make stuffed shells!

  133. meredith says:

    your pictures make my mouth water – love asparagus
    i would love to make the butter nut squash ravioli in an alfredo sauce!

  134. meredith says:
  135. Betty C says:

    I just took a look at their pastas and I can’t wait to try the Three Pepper Tortelloni.

  136. Maria Cantu says:

    I would make some lasagna since it’s my favorite.

  137. I’d use the Roasted Garlic Chicken Ravioli with a light tomato sauce and shaved romano

  138. LAMusing says:

    Fettucini Alfredo with sliced Herbed Chicken

  139. LAMusing says:
  140. I would make either a fish with pesto sauce, or ravioli lasagna. sweepmorey at gmail dot com

  141. Stephanie says:

    I would make Chicken Parmesean! I made this recipe tonight. I was AWESOME!!!!

  142. I’d love to try the pesto sauce on pizza.

  143. Their Creamy Alfredo over thick egg noodles with butter sauteed mixed wild mushrooms would be decadent! :-d

  144. I’d love to try Fire Roasted Mushroom & Four Cheese Ravioli with a simple marinara sauce.

  145. Carolsue says:

    I would make a creamy walnut sauce to go over the Butternut Squash Ravioli
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  146. Carolsue says:

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  147. Betty C says:
  148. ewhatley says:

    I would make Shrimp & North Atlantic Lobster Ravioli with Alfredo sauce.

  149. Diana R. says:

    Omg! I soooo want to try the artichoke and colby jack ravioli! I am not a very good cook, but I think I would make it easy on myself and just toss it with a mix of roasted cherry tomatoes, olives, garlic and capers and be good to go

  150. Montery’s Tomato, Basil & Mozzarella Ravioli in pesto sauce is my personal favorite!

  151. Jeffrey says:

    I would loveee to try the Artichoke & Colby Jack Ravioli with alfredo sauce and some parmesan cheese!

  152. NicholeW says:

    I would have to invite some friends and family over for an Italian style feast

  153. So many choices, but I think I’d make lasagna first.

  154. Cheryll D says:

    I don’t cook very much however, I do know how to boil water rather well so I would make the basil and pasta recipe. It appeals to me because it is quick to put together, and seems simple enough to make with little to clean up. Additionally, it sounds absolutely delious.

  155. Jessica F says:

    I’d make spinach ricotta ravioli! Yum!

  156. Heather says:

    Love a quick meal in the summer! I’d like to try their recipe for Pear Pesto Pizza. It sounds amazing!

  157. I’d make white pizza using Monterrey pesto sauce instead of marinara.

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  158. Christy Ann says:

    I’d make my own version of Chicken Piccata using their Artichoke Lemon Pesto, chicken, artichoke, and capers!

  159. This brand of pasta looks amazing! And from your pictures, it also looks like it really fills you up after eating. I’ve been looking for a good lasagna recipe, but I think I would like some of the Monterey Gourmet pasta and use it to make a lasagna casserole. Thanks for the chance to win!

  160. This recipe is absolute fantastic! Thank you for sharing!

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