1 cup walnuts chopped finely, plus 1 cup coarsely crushed walnuts
12 oz silken tofu, extra firm
1 cube vegetable bouillon
2 tbsp olive oil plus extra for drizzling onto pasta
1/3 cup almond milk
1 tsp sea salt
2 tbsp chopped fresh sage leaves
1 package (12oz) fettuccine noodles, gluten free or regular
This is a delicious vegan and gluten free pasta recipe that takes very little time to prepare. Walnuts and sage dominate the flavor of the creamy sauce, and walnut pieces provide some texture; turning a few simple ingredients into a hearty meal.
2In food processor, combine 1 cup finely chopped walnuts, 12 oz silken tofu, 1 cube vegetable bouillon, 2 tbsp olive oil, 1/3 cup almond milk, sea salt, and sage leaves. Puree until smooth. Sauce will appear liquidy.
3Drain pasta, (if using gluten-free pasta, rinse with cold water) and while still in colander, drizzle with extra olive oil and sprinkle with salt. Toss pasta with sauce and half of the amount of the larger crushed walnuts. Place into serving dishes and top with the remaining crushed walnuts.
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