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Vegan | Dairy Free Mac n Cheese


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Ingredients

4 portion(s)

Vegan | Dairy Free Cheese Sauce

  • garlic to taste
  • 100 g raw cashews
  • 15 g Nutritional Savoury Yeast Flakes, (from health food shops)
  • 400 g Almond milk, (any vegan | dairy free milk is ok)
  • 1.5 tablespoons cornflour
  • 50 g extra virgin olive oil, (any oil is ok)
  • 1 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
  • 2 tablespoon TMX veggie stock
  • salt and pepper to taste

Pasta

  • --- pasta of your choice
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Recipe's preparation

    Vegan | Dairy Free Cheese Sauce
  1. Put garlic and cashews in the bowl. Wizz up for 7 seconds / speed 7.Scrape down the bowl. 

     

    Add all of the other ingredients to the bowl. You can also add onion, mushroom, brocoli and any other vegetable you enjoy.

     

    Cook for 7 minutes / 90C / speed 4. May need extra time if you add additional vegetables to the mix.

     

    You can cook your pasta on the stove top or in the thermomix, which ever way you are used to doing it.

     

    Once pasta is ready, mix it with the sauce and there we have it - a vegan / dairy free mac n cheese! You can also add bread crumbs pop it in the oven to make a 'bake' or also sprinkle other flavours like paprika or  cayenne on top to serve.
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  • This was really good! Even Mr 2 loved it as well!

    Submitted by CherieHanson on 22. September 2019 - 11:31.

    This was really good! Even Mr 2 loved it as well!

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  • I made this a few days ago but using garlic...

    Submitted by lilmisspeace on 2. May 2019 - 19:58.

    I made this a few days ago but using garlic powder. I accidentally forgot the lemon juice but my 4yo LOVED it! I squeezed a lemon over my serve and it was AMAZING!!
    I did add more nutritional yeast to my dish, but not my sons, & then ate so much I got a tummy ache; it is super more-ish.
    Tonight I made it just to use as a cheese for nachos, so without the pasta, and added more nutritional yeast and dropped the oil down to 40g. It was excellent and is now my official go-to cheese sauce recipe.
    I will be soaking the cashews next time too in hopes of a smoother sauce as it turned out slightly gritty on both occasions....

    ** I tried again having soaked the cashews in the fridge for almost 24hrs then doing everything the recipe says.
    At the end of cooking I then gradually turned it up to speed 9 with no heat and the sauce was PERFECT! Lovely and smooth, creamy and a little runnier (which was something I was wanting as it thickens upon standing and after mixed into pasta).

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  • Wow!!! This is the best Mac n

    Submitted by Eryns_mummy on 5. July 2016 - 14:57.

    Wow!!! This is the best Mac n cheese we've eaten!!!! Thanks so much, the kids had double helpings each

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  • One of my favourite quotes

    Submitted by amanda_thermi on 14. April 2016 - 16:22.

    One of my favourite quotes tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • This is DELISH! Sooo cheesy-

    Submitted by amanda_thermi on 30. November 2015 - 11:39.

    This is DELISH! Sooo cheesy- comment by my omni brother was that it's better than 'normal' mac'n'cheese.  tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • Looks great!  

    Submitted by Vegan Thermie Bliss on 16. March 2015 - 17:16.

    Looks great!  

    If we could live happy and healthy lives without harming others... why wouldn't we?

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