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Pasta with melted cheese & parmesan | Vegan-Gluten free

Uppdaterat: 16 mars 2021

Happy Friday my lovelies! So today we take on vegan melted cheese. I absolutely love cheese and going vegan I have wanted to replicate cheese in various forms and today we are going for melted cheese and pasta. The recipe is for a flavoured sauce but if you want it like a simple cheese sauce then skip the garlic and parsley or flavour to your own flavour palette. The side dishes will be posted next week so stay tuned for that and the vegan parmesan you can find here. Have a fantastic weekend!

What you need:

3 tbsp olive oil

2 1/2 tbsp tapioca

5 dl (2 cups) vegan milk

1/2 tsp onion powder

1/2 tsp of white miso

2 tsp nutritional yeast

A pinch sea salt

A pinch black pepper

For the pasta:

300g bean pasta

Water to cook your pasta

4 cloves of garlic

A handful of parsley

This vegan melted cheese doesn't require a lot of work simply pour all the ingredients into a pot make sure it's big enough to later add pasta into. Now whisk it until it is combined, turn down the heat and let it simmer on low heat until the sauce resembles a cheese texture.

Now to flavour the cheese to create our pasta dish as I don't want to overpower the cheese sauce instead enhance it to work with our side dish which we will get to next week. Boil water for your pasta and while that cooks for about 8 min you can now press four cloves of garlic into the cheese sauce and finely chop the parsley and add that as well. Stir until combined and set aside.

When your pasta is cooked drain the water and then pour the pasta into your sauce and make sure you coat the pasta before serving. I ate my pasta with a home-made focaccia which I will post next week along with a vinaigrette so stay tuned for that and the home-made parmesan I posted on Monday.

Side note:

If your cheese doesn't turn yellow enough you can add a little turmeric as it will help

bring that colour out. The reason it might not turn yellow I find is due to using a smaller

amount of nutritional yeast or perhaps the kind used doesn't have much a yellow hue.

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