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Recipe Tuesday: Pasta With Broiled Vegetables and Brown Soy Butter Sauce

Filed under: Food Recipes & Cooking

Don’t let the list of ingredients or steps fool you, this recipe is quite easy. Remember folks looks can be deceiving! (All this time I thought Justin Bieber was a cute lesbian with a few hit songs. Boy, was I wrong!)

This recipe is kind of like that, except without the gender confusion or cheezy pop songs. I can’t figure out if Justin Bieber is a revolution or this decades MMMBop kid. I guess time will tell. Oh yeah, the recipe! It’s good, I like it, you should make it.

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Broiling the Veggies!

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The Sauce is coming together!

Pasta With Broiled Vegetables and Brown Soy Butter Sauce

#1
1/2 Pound Mushrooms Sliced (I like Portobello Caps)
1 Medium Onion Sliced
1 Medium Bell Pepper Sliced
Olive Oil
Salt and Pepper

#2
2 cloves of garlic
1 TBS Olive Oil

#3
1 pint of Cherry Tomatoes halved (or Can of diced tomatoes)
1 Cup of Fresh or Frozen Spinach

#4
6 TBS of Soy Butter
1/2 Cup Vegetable Broth
1 TBS of Nutritional yeast (Optional)
1 teaspoon of dried oregano
Salt and Pepper to taste

1/2 Pound Pasta (cooked)

Lay out your #1 vegetables and drizzle with olive oil, salt and pepper. Place under Broiler (or oven) for 10 minutes or until tender. Meanwhile sauté your #2 ingredients over medium heat for 2 minutes. Add your #3 ingredients and sauté over medium heat for 5 minutes. Add your broiled vegetables and ALL of your #4 ingredients. Simmer over Medium heat until Soy Butter is melted. Toss with cooked pasta; then eat!

3 Comments

  1. Comment by

    girlhattan

    on #

    Looks delish!

  2. Comment by

    Mark

    on #

    The 6 T of soy butter is around 45 grams of fat. The, imho, nutritionally conservative American Heart Association recommends a limit of 60 grams of fat per day. Drs. Esselstyn, Ornish, and Barnard, 14 to 25 grams of fat per day.

    Couple with the olive oil, we’re talking around 55 grams of fat for a two serving dish. That’s around 25 grams of fat per person. Near half a day’s worth (AHA) or a full day’s worth (by the guys who’ve reversed heart disease and diabetes).

    FYI, Mark

  3. Comment by

    BrownbirdRudyRelic

    on #

    @ Mark

    Actually this recipe is supposed to feed 100 people, so, when you break it down it isn’t too bad. Admittedly this isn’t a recipe one should or would eat everyday. It is tasty though.

    I tend to be quite healthy and mostly subsist off of baby tears and angel smiles.

    Joking aside, do you have a tasty & healthy you’d like to see here instead? Email me: brownbird(a)supervegan.com

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