Elbows Mac & Cheese Vegan
16 minutes total
Mac and cheese is a classic comfort food that is loved by people of all ages. But what if you're following a plant based diet? Don't worry, this vegan mac and cheese recipe is here to save the day! Made with simple and vegan ingredients, this dish is a delicious way to enjoy your favorite comfort food.
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FOR CRUNCHY BREADING
|1||Tbs vegan butter (or margarine)|
|½||Tbs crushed white sesame seeds|
|TIP||Salt, pepper to taste|
FOR MAC & CHEESE
|1||Box Barilla® Elbows|
|2||Tbs vegan butter (or margarine)|
|1||½ tbs flour (all purpose)|
|2||1/5 cup unsweetened vegan milk|
|1||Tsp mild paprika|
|½||Clove garlic powder |
|1||Tbs yeast flakes|
|2||Tbs carrots purée|
|TIP||Pepper, to taste|
Individuals with allergies or specific dietary concerns should verify that the ingredients they utilize for the recipes comply with their restrictions. *Such a line meets the VEGAN, GLUTEN FREE, LACTOSE-FREE AND KOSHER needs
In a large skillet over medium heat add vegetal and breadcrumbs; stir until they turn into golden brown for 1 or 2 minutes. Put aside.. Once cold, add the gomasio powder and the salt.
- Vegetable butter
Bring a pot of water to a boil, add salt and pour pasta to cook it according to package directions. In the meantime, start preparing the sauce.
In a pot on low heat, melt the vegetal butter, add the flour and the yeast flakes caring about mixing well together to avoid clumps . Cook for 2 minutes on a low heat to obtain a “Roux” sauce. Then, little by little, add the vegetal milk until getting a creamy and consistent sauce for additional 3-5 minutes. Add Pepper, paprika and garlic powder and stir well. Taste the sauce and adjust with salt.
- yeast flakes
- vegetal milk
Prepare the carrots purée by cooking carrots in salted water, drain and blend until creamy. Mix well with the béchamel .
- garlic powder
Once pasta is cooked until an “al dente” texture, drain . Pour pasta into the carrots sauce, mix well on a low heat for one minute.
Serve with breadcrumbs on top.
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This vegan macaroni and cheese recipe is the perfect way to enjoy your favorite comfort food while still following a vegan diet. Made with simple and vegan ingredients, this dish is sure to become a family favorite. So, give it a try and enjoy a delicious and guilt-free meal!