12.4.12

Sugarpuffish Vegan Pasta Bake

I think many people are curious what I eat due to my multiple allergies. I thought I would share with you another one of my favourite meals. I don’t have a recipe for this one because I have adapted it to my own taste but it is based on a pasta bake.


The quantities that follow are roughly what I use if I am making this for myself.  Here is what you need - 

  • Pasta (30-40g) – I only ever use Dove Farm pasta, I personally believe it is the best wheat, gluten, egg and dairy free pasta on supermarket shelves
  • Sausages (x2) – I love Linda McCartney sausages, a good vegan sausage is very hard to find and in my opinion these are the best.
  • Pasta Sauce (half a large jar) – use whatever pasta sauce you prefer there are no rules. I often stick to Tesco as it is free from my allergens.   In case anyone was wondering I know there are sauces marketed specially for Pasta Bakes but they are not Sugarpuffish friendly.
  • Vegetables (handful) – optional, I like to add broccoli or edamame beans
  • Cheese (handful) – optional, Tesco dairy free medium cheese is my current favourite.
I cook the sausages, pasta and veggies as instructed on the packets. When they are cooked I drain the pasta and veggies and chop up the sausages to bite size portions. Next I mix the pasta, veggies and sausages together and stir in the pasta sauce. 


Put everything into an oven proof dish and sprinkle cheese on the top. Then pop the dish into the oven for about 15 mins, enough time to heat the sauce and melt the cheese as everything else is cooked.  This is extremely simple meal but I think it is very yummy.



6 comments:

  1. This actually makes the dairy free cheese look appetising, I really must try it :)

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    1. After all these years I have to say Tesco's new dairy free cheese is the best I have ever found, I am going crazy for jacket spud & cheese at the moment :)

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  2. I love pasta bakes and this looks fab! Will give it a go :) Hope you're well x

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    1. Thanks & let me know what you think of my culinary delight :) I'm ok, you know how it is plodding along.

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  3. This looks yummy, I love the Linda McCartney range. I am trying to cut down on dairy and cheese is the one thing I find hard to cut out, I am going to give dairy free cheese a try. xx

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    1. I just wish more of the McCartney range was Vegan a lot of it is just Vegetarian, the sausage rolls are good :) Good luck with the dairy free cheese, it takes a bit of getting use to so don't get your hopes up as much as I like it I'd rather have the real thing

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