My snake stromboli called for Sun-dried tomato pesto and I found it at our local grocery store. It was located on the top shelf near pasta sauces. I have seen it many other times and always thought that it looked interesting.
Well I do believe everyone enjoyed the snake stromboli, since every bite was gone.
Yesterday I thawed out the other two frozen bread loaves to make pizza. Well, I changed my mind and made two calzones. One was olive oil, ham and swiss. The other was an "italian" with mozzarella, provolone, pepperoni and genoa salami and I spread a liberal amount of the sun dried tomato pesto.
Both were very good, but the one with the pesto tasted a little better.
So here is some info about the Sun Dried Tomato Pesto
This info came from the Classico website:
Sun-dried Tomato Pesto
Basil pesto and the intense flavor of sun-dried tomatoes combine in this savory topping. Spread on a loaf of Italian bread. Or add to pasta with olives and crushed red peppers for the easy-life version of Puttanesca.
Net Weight: Serving Size:1/4 cupServings: Calories: 90Fat Calories: 45
Amount Per Serving
% of Daily Value*
VitaminA:6% VitaminC:0% Calcium: 0% Iron: 6% * Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
INGREDIENTS: Tomato Puree (Water, Tomato Paste), Water, Sun-dried Tomatoes (Sulfur Dioxide Added to Retain Color), Basil, Soybean Oil, Onions, Garlic Red Bell Peppers, Parmesan Cheese (Cultured Part Skim Milk, Salt, Enzymes), Olive Oil, Romano Cheese (Cultured Part Skim Milk, Salt, Enzymes, Cellulose), Salt, Red Wine Vinegar (Sodium Metabisulfite Added to Protect Color), Dehydrated Onions, Sugar, Citric Acid, Natural Flavors
I think it would also be a great addition to "Italian butter".