Easy Vegan Pasta Recipe + what i ate in italy

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Here’s my new favorite vegan pasta recipe + what I ate on my trip to Italy. Pizza, pasta and all the vegan ice cream I could find – a quick vegan northern Italy food guide some might say!

hope you enjoy x

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INGREDIENTS

#1 Best Vegan Tomato Sauce

~ 250 g cherry tomatoes (~8.8oz)
~ 900g big tomatoes (6-8 big toms) (~32 oz)
2 cloves garlic
1 small carrot
1 big onion or 2-3 small ones
1 tbsp tomato purée
1 tbsp olive oil
1 bay leaf
a handful of fresh thyme and or oregano
1 cup vegetable broth (250ml)
cornstarch slurry (1 tbsp cornstarch + 2 tbsp water)
salt, pepper to taste
sweetener to taste, if tomatoes aren’t sweet enough add about 1-2 tsp of sugar/agave …

200 – 350g pasta of choice (7-10.6oz)

→ serves 2-3

#2 Lazy Leftover Pesto Pasta

all eye balled amounts:

2 servings cooked pasta
juice of ½ lemon
3 tbsp green pesto, vegan
3 tbsp red pesto, vegan
¼ cup non dairy milk (60ml)
salt, pepper to taste
a handful of fresh rosemary, remove before serving

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(Vegan) Food Places Mentioned:

Flower Burger, Bergamo
Il Forniao, Bergamo
Gelateria Ciao, Grezzana
SAOS, Verona
Mamma Mia, Verona
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Music:

intro:
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forrest:
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Zachary Friederich –
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Much love,

Mina

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  1. hey love your recipe videos and your vlogs. Since I'm going to Bergamo this April, could you please tell me the name of the hostel you stayed at? I just love it that they seem to promote sustainability and have different bins for different kind of trash, I'd love to stay at a place like this

  2. Sit the tomatoes in pot & pour in boiling water and let sit. After 10 minutes, drain and then pour in cold water and leave to cool off for 10 mins; the skins will peel off much easier. (Let them cool off, o/wise you'll burn your fingers trying to peel them.) You're welcome.

  3. As an Italian Vegan let me tell you that the "marinara sauce" that you think you ate in Italy was simply tomato sauce and fresh basil, without the onions, carrots and all that stuff that you added to recreate it. But it's totally fine! Just wanted to tell you that the sauce is extremely easy to prepare because it's just tomato sauce and basil and that's it lol The next time you try to recreate it try it without the carrots and the onions, just plain tomato sauce and basil!

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