Protein-Loaded Soy Pasta with Vegan Champignons Bolognese

JUNE 22, 2021

Hey Veggie Friend, This Pasta Will Become Your New Go-To Recipe, I Promise

Have you ever tried soy pasta? - No? Then it's about time my dear! And there's tons of reasons why. Not only is the mildly nutty flavor a super cool alternative to the wheat classic, the pasta also has a very unique texture which adds excitement to your meal. But hold on, it gets even better. Soy bean pasta is 100% natural, meaning when you buy it from a trusted source, you usually get soy pasta free form any other additives. Moreover, the plant sister of the well known wheat spaghetti is free from gluten, with 44g per 100g super high in protein while containing an incredibly low average of 15g carbohydrates per 100g. Lastly it is vegan and perfect for everyone sensitive to gluten. Sounds almost to good to be true right?

In summary, soy pasta is

- 100% natural

- gluten-free

- low-carb (wheat pasta contains almost 5 times as much carbohydrates as soy pasta does)

- super high protein and rich in fibre

- vegan

- mildly nutty in flavor and almost cosmic in texture :)

Ready to fall in love with soy pasta? Then, read on and check out my protein-loaded Soy Pasta with Vegan Champignons Bolognese. 

PS: You can save 15% on your next PlanetPlantbased Pasta purchase with my code "bkraw"

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I hope you I could inspire you with this post to go all veggie next time and replace your carby wheat pasta for a deliciously healthy, high-protein bean pasta alternative. 

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Love & Plants, Karo

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Protein-Loaded Soy Pasta with Vegan Champignons Bolognese
This super nutritious, protein-loaded soy pasta recipe with Vegan Champignons Bolognese is loaded with fresh plant-based foods, full of flavor and perfect to meal prep. I love to cook a huge batch of the bolognese and serve it as a cracker dip or sandwich spread the next day. 
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      2 medium onions
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      2 medium sized cloves of garlic
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      150g carrots (super finely grated)
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      160g mushrooms (champignons)
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      400g canned tomatoes (100% pure tomatoes)
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      150g fresh tomatoes (super finely chopped)
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      25g dried tomatoes (chopped)
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      50g walnuts (chopped)
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      1 tbsp vegetable stock
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      Sweet paprika seasoning or chili flakes (for those who like it spicy)
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      Virgin olive oil for frying
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      Green Edamame Fettuccine (find link above)
    • TOPPINGS :
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      Basil Leaves
    • -  
      Fresh Olives
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      Soy Yoghurt or Curd (optional)
  1. Prepare the pasta according to the instructions on the package and set aside.
  2. The bolognese will take some time to prep as the longer you let your tomato-veggie mix simmer, the more intense the delicious tomato aroma.
  3. First chop the onions finely and sauté them until golden brown in the saucepan. Add the crushed garlic cloves and fry briefly. Then add the finely grated carrot and the finely chopped mushrooms and fry again briefly.
  4. Then add the tomato sauce and the finely chopped tomato cubes, the vegetable broth and the chopped sun tomatoes and simmer over medium heat for at least 30h (ideally 1-2h)
  5. After the cooking time, season the sauce to taste, fold in the chopped walnuts and serve with the pasta and your favorite veggie pasta toppings.

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