I don’t know what the weather is like in the rest of the country, but here in Maryland, it is rainy and cold, with no sign of sunshine, or warmer weather, for days. With autumn upon us, and especially after a long day and commute, I want a quick, satisfying meal, and pasta delivers every time.
Columbus Vegan reminds us that pasta doesn’t always have to be made from a grain, and serves up tasty tofu with spaghetti squash in a cream sauce. I really enjoy spaghetti squash, and really should use it more often!
Lots of MoFoers are serving up cream sauces with their pasta today, something I have yet to make as a vegan. It isn’t necessarily diet food, but with no cholesterol, it certainly doesn’t qualify as a heart attack on a plate! Bonnie, over at Eating With the Rabbits serves up a beautiful plate of the sauce from Yellow Rose Recipes over tagliatelle. Catherine at the In-a-Gadda-Da Vegan sings along with The Beets as she prepares a killer tofu alfredo, with peas, and over at Beats, Rhymes, and Cookies, there’s a yummy sounding pasta with an invisible cream sauce, peas, and veg ham.
Meanwhile, over at Vegan Crunk, Bianca serves up a delicious looking casserole made with coconut milk and butternut squash that would be perfect on any fall table.
Jen McCleary bakes up a cheesy and flavorful manicotti sure to stick to your ribs during these long, cold, nights, and the Green Goddess simplifies lasagna by baking up some luscious sounding lasagna rolls.
Finally, we have Stella, who creates a deliciously different pesto from pecans and cashews. Easy, tasty, affordable, and quick, things that I definitely look for in a recipe!
So, put a pot of water on to boil, and let me know when dinner’s ready! See you MoFos at the dinner table!
Posted by Luciana