this post was taken from theclevermeal.com
Pasta is a must. It’s quick, tasty, cheap, filling, a blank canvas for many delicious ingredients
If you wonder how to make vegan pasta dishes that taste delicious, these 35+ delish vegan recipes will help you to make the most of this humble pantry staple.
This juicy cherry tomato pasta salad is bursting with flavor, ready in 10 minutes, and requires only 5 ingredients.
It makes a simple, convenient, and delish pasta recipe absolutely perfect for any summer gathering.
This is a classic Italian pasta dish that requires a few ingredients, little effort, and 10 minutes of prep time! Pasta Aglio e olio is so simple, so good, cheap, satisfying and it will cheer you up in a flash!
This Italian vegan pasta recipe is one of the best nourishing meals you can cook using a few cupboard essentials. It’s a simple yet flavorsome 1-pot recipe, healthy and amazingly GOOD.
Everyone needs a good garlic mushroom pasta recipe in their back pocket for last-minute dinners. This is one of my favorite vegan pasta recipes, packed with flavors, and ready in no time!
This Italian vegan pasta recipe is the best one-pot family meal you can cook in less than 30 minutes. It’s budget-friendly, packed with protein, it comes together super fast and nicely warms you up!
This vegan winter kale pesto recipe is so good, you will want to eat it every day. A truly sensational seasonal pesto recipe that you won’t easily forget!
Make the most of canned tomatoes with this flavorsome vibrant Italian marinara sauce. It requires only 5 cheap pantry ingredients, it’s ready in 20 minutes and it will turn your plain spaghetti into something good!
What to make when you’ve got nothing in the fridge? This creamy delicious vegan pasta is your go-to recipe. It calls for a few humble and budget-friendly ingredients, it takes less than 20 minutes of prep time and $1 per serving.
This is one of the best vegan pasta recipes from my Italian repertoire! It’s a simple, healthy, and economical dish with tons of flavors, so easy to throw together in 20 minutes.
If you look for unique pasta recipes, this quick and delicious pasta dish will impress you! Plus, it makes a luscious meal ready in 30 minutes!
This gluten-free pasta is tossed in a creamy, incredibly flavorful vegan pea pesto. It’s so delicious and nutritious!
This vegan walnut pesto pasta comes together in 20 minutes, is super healthy, satisfying and it looks so pretty!
This creamy, crunchy pasta dish t is so flavourful, low-fat and healthy! Ready in 25 minutes.
Vegan creamy tomato pasta, anyone? This pasta is totally cheeseless and dairy-free, but indulgent and loaded with veggies like cauliflower, roasted red peppers. Delicious and ready in 15 minutes.
This delicious creamy vegan pasta sauce is made using cauliflower as a base. It’s light, full of flavor and delicious!
What about a heart-warming pasta dish with roasted pumpkin and crispy chickpeas with a rich and creamy cashew miso sauce? Delicious!
NOTES & FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
CAN VEGANS EAT PASTA?
Generally, pasta is 100% vegan and contains no animal ingredients. Simply check the package label, and make sure pasta doesn’t contain any eggs.
IS PASTA HEALTHY?
YES. Pasta is definitely part of a healthy diet, as long as it’s eaten in moderation.
And If you switch to whole grain pasta you’ll get more natural fiber and micronutrients than white pasta.
Fiber is an important part of your diet, it helps control blood sugar and reduces appetite. Extra bonus? Research shows that eating three servings of whole-grain food per day helps you to live longer.
Plus, if you load your whole-grain pasta with delicious seasonal vegetables your pasta dish will be packed with nutrients and definitely healthy.
WHAT’S THE BEST PASTA?
I love pasta and I take the whole thing quite seriously. Yes, I’m Italian ?.
First things first, pasta brand matters, and when you chose pasta, have a proper look at the label and go for durum wheat semolina pasta, possibly made with brass or bronze dies. Needless to say, cook it until al dente!
The premium quality pasta is a bit more expensive than basic pasta, but it’s resilient, it has a more robust texture and holds sauces beautifully.
I love cooking on a budget, but cheap overcooked spaghetti makes me feel so sad!