I know that the answer really gets to the heart of what the OP was going for - 'cause it's my question. It seems like forever ago that I asked this: Using toasted sesame oil in a cilantro "pesto"?. Well after almost three months of playing with it, I have a cilantro condiment that makes me very happy and lasts and lasts. However, it doesn't contain sesame oil and bears no resemblance to a pesto. I'd like to share it though, its longevity makes it really nice to have on hand if you're a cilantro lover. Whats the best way to play this?
Honestly, this is hard to answer because your original question was very vague, pretty much "I want something for this purpose, here's a random idea, what do you think?" To my reading, it's bordering on broad enough to be closed, and what you ended up with would certainly fall within the field of possible answers.
Probably the best thing to do would be to post your answer, explaining why you didn't do what you originally suggested ("the pesto idea doesn't work well because..."), and if necessary tweak your question to make it clear what the OP was actually going for. When you ask a question, it's up to you to make sure the intent matches the wording. It'd be better if you'd done that earlier, but you can still edit it.