Hurry up Alfredo Sauce (From Vegan Yum Yum)

Hurry up Alfredo Sauce (From Vegan Yum Yum) created by magpie diner

I love cashew "cream" sauces and this is one that goes together so fast in a blender! No dairy, no eggs so no guilt either! From Lauren Ulm's cookbook called Vegan Yum Yum.

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  • Boil the pasta until tender but not mushy.
  • Combine everything else in the blender and blend until smooth.
  • Drain the noodles, return to the pot and pour the sauce over until well heated.
  • Would be great to mix in some cooked veggies too.
  • Serve hot.
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"I love cashew "cream" sauces and this is one that goes together so fast in a blender! No dairy, no eggs so no guilt either! From Lauren Ulm's cookbook called Vegan Yum Yum."
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  1. feelyoucan
    Dear Isa, what do you think about using this sauce for the six mushroom ravioli? Do you think it would be a good combination or is it better off using a less complex sauce like with truffle oil or herbed oil of some sort? Any suggestions are gratefully received :)
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  2. chananas
    mmm very tasy i am eating it right now with celeriac. and it is lovely, i also have eaten it with pasta but bcs i try to avoid processed food i wanted to try this with celeriac bcs i love celeriac and when i wasn't a vegan yet i loved celeriac with baked cheese on top
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  3. magpie diner
    Hurry up Alfredo Sauce (From Vegan Yum Yum) Created by magpie diner
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  4. magpie diner
    I love this recipe, perfect balance of ingredients with a subtle smoky flavour from the bit of paprika and the 'nooch'. The only thing I did differently was to use only 2T of tamari instead of 3, and I found that very well seasoned. I used So Nice's 'Barista Blend' for the soy milk and that added a delicious creaminess to the sauce. Served over brown rice spaghetti and some sauteed veg, it was a great meal!
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  5. Wish I Could Cook
    I love cashew "cream" sauces and this is one that goes together so fast in a blender! No dairy, no eggs so no guilt either! From Lauren Ulm's cookbook called Vegan Yum Yum.
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