16 minutes total
Mac and cheese is a classic comfort food that is loved by people of all ages. But what if you have dietary restrictions? Whether you're vegan, halal, kosher, gluten-free, or lactose-free, this recipe has got you covered! This vegan, halal, kosher, gluten-free, and lactose-free recipe for Mac and cheese is the perfect way to enjoy your favorite comfort food while still following your dietary restrictions.
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|320 g (11,28oz)||Barilla® Gluten-free elbows or other short pasta|
|800 g||Cannellini beans (canned)|
|2 g||Powdered garlic|
|400 ml||Vegetal milk (unsweet)|
|45 g||Yeast flakes|
|10 ml||Apple cider vinegar|
|5 g||Gluten-free miso|
|15 g||Vegetal butter or margarine|
|20 g||Gluten-free panko|
|To taste||Black Pepper|
Individuals with allergies or specific dietary concerns should verify that the ingredients they utilize for the recipes comply with their restrictions.
Here are 6 easy steps to cook the perfect Mac&Cheese
Boil a pot of water, add salt, and cook pasta according to package directions until al dente.
Wash the beans and drain well. Blend the beans with powdered garlic, vegetal milk, lemon juice, yeast flakes, apple cider vinegar, and miso in a blender until smooth and silky. Adjust with salt and pepper and mix again.
- powdered garlic
- vegetal milk
- lemon juice
- yeast flakes
- apple cider vinegar
Toast the turmeric for 30 seconds in a small pan, then pour in the creamy bean sauce and mix well. Keep stirring until a shiny cheese-like color is obtained.
In a large pan, melt the vegetal butter on medium heat and then add gluten-free panko. Toast for a few minutes until golden, then remove from heat and put aside in a bowl. Mix with gomasio once cooled.
- vegetable butter
- gluten-free panko
Once al dente, drain the pasta and pour into the bean sauce. Cook for one more minute on low heat.
Serve by sprinkling breadcrumbs on top.
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This vegan, halal, kosher, gluten-free, and lactose-free recipe for Mac and cheese is the perfect way to enjoy your favorite comfort food while still following your dietary restrictions. Made with simple and healthy ingredients, this dish is sure to become a family favorite. So, give it a try and enjoy a delicious and guilt-free meal!