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Vegan spaghetti sauce with soy protein

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
1 cup (1 cup = 240 g) textured soy protein
4 3/4 cups (4 3/4 cups = 1194 ml) tomato sauce or crushed canned tomatoes
1 can (1 can = 284 ml) tomato condensed soup
1 tsp (1 tsp = 5 ml) canola oil
1/2 bag (1/2 bag = 375 g) spaghetti frozen veggies
1 cloves of garlic
1 can (1 can = 156 ml) tomato paste
2 table (2 tbsp = 6 g) dried basil
1 table (1 tbsp = 3 g) dried oregano
1/4 tsp (1/4 tsp = 1.25 ml) crushed cayenne pepper
1 bay leaf
1/2 tbsp (1/2 tbsp = 7.5 ml) maple sugar
to taste salt
to taste pepper

Vegan spaghetti sauce with soy protein

My grandmother's recipe... veganized! Makes 8 cups.

Features:
  • Dairy Free
  • Egg Free
  • Gluten Free
  • Nut Free
  • Vegan

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My grandmother’s sauce, veganized! This is my vegan spaghetti sauce with textured soy proteins. At home, we make both versions: the original ground pork sauce and this one. The boys eat meat while my daughter and I are vegetarians. We work it out!

Textured soy proteins

Textured soy proteins are a really convenient product! They are used to replace ground meat. These little nuggets are made with soy flour. That’s the only ingredient! The pieces soften in the sauce and create a texture very similar to that of ground meat. They can be kept in the pantry. I find them in the organic section at the grocery store or online.

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As nutritious as it is delicious

This recipe is fast, delicious and nutritious! A great way to get young and old to eat vegetables. And I’m glad to know that a cup of this sauce gives me a considerable intake of vitamins C and A, iron and calcium for such a small serving.

I like to serve it with whole grain pasta or spaghetti squash (as pictured). Some pastas are also enriched with iron and nutrients.

Steps

1
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In a large pot over medium-high heat, fry frozen vegetables until they lose their water and begin to change colour.

2
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Add the oil and continue cooking the vegetables until they caramelize a little.
Add the minced garlic clove.

3
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Combine ground tomatoes, tomato paste, condensed tomato soup, sugar, bay leaf, oregano, basil, salt and pepper. Mix.

4
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Reduce to medium-low heat. Incorporate textured soy proteins and stir.

5
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Cook for about 40 minutes over low heat. Keep the pot half-covered. Stir from time to time.

6
Done

The sauce can be frozen.

raison.gourmandise

Raison & Gourmandise font très bon ménage dans ma cuisine! Healthy foodie @Montréal/Québec/Canada. Ma devise: poids santé & vie savoureuse. Surtout végé

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