I finally did it! I made vegan pasta and sauce completely from scratch. I’ve had the itch for sometime now, but have heard plenty of stories of how pasta-making turns into an all-day nightmare. Ain’t nobody got time for that!
A vegan pasta recipe as simple as it should be!
We decided, instead, to go with the Kitchenaid route*! We already had the unit, and the attachment set isn’t that expensive.
After using, I can honestly say it is completely worth it. I was shocked at how much time it shaved off of the process. Not only does the attachment roll the dough, it kneads along the way! I absolutely recommend for anyone wanting to make homemade pasta dough. (*Not a paid-link, simply an honest review!)
Fresh ingredients produce a tastier homemade vegan pasta!
Why cook a homemade vegan pasta recipe and top it with store-bought sauce! Adorn that beauty with a flavorful homemade tomato sauce that pairs wonderfully.
I had grown so accustomed to using canned tomatoes for sauces, I was fearful to try anything new. It makes such a difference! Using fresh tomatoes honestly took my partner’s classic recipe to the next level! It hardly takes any more time and is absolutely worth the extra effort.
I also added turmeric powder to the pasta dough not only for its countless health benefits, but for the vibrant yellow hue! Makes for a healthy and visually stunning pasta recipe.
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