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4 WAYS TO COOK WITH CASHEW CREAM. 1. VEGAN PASTA Cook the pasta of your choice according to the package directions, drain, then toss in a large bowl with raw spinach, tomatoes, basil and 2–3 tablespoons of cashew cream per serving. You can also add cooked or steamed vegetables. 2. MUSHROOM RISOTTO.
A rich, dairy-free cream made from nothing but raw cashews and water—it sound so simple, but cashew cream is pure magic! After soaking the cashews in boiling water, you blend them into a deliciously smooth cream that will be a cornerstone of your kitchen. Instructions Place the cashews in a bowl and cover them with water. Soak for at least 1 hour (or the very least, 30 minutes if you have a high speed. Combine the drained cashews with the 1/2 cup of fresh water, and blend until smooth.
Stop and scrape down the blender, if needed, until everything is silky-smooth. You can add water, just 1 tablespoon at a time, if needed for a smoother result. This recipe makes roughly 1 cup of cashew cream. Place cashews in a jar and cover with water by 1″.
Cover and place in the refrigerator to soak for 8-12 hours. Drain the cashews and place in the basin of a blender with a small pinch of salt. Blend using between ¼ cup water (for a high speed blender) to ½ cup water (for a traditional blender). Soak cashews in water for 2-3 hours. Drain.
In a blender, process the cashews and non-dairy milk, adding more milk as needed until you achieve the desired consistency (e.g. as thick as possible for a cream “cheese” or creamy yet pourable for a salad dressing). Add nutritional yeast, lemon juice, and a pinch of cayenne pepper for a faux-queso dip. Add minced garlic to the basic cashew sauce, blend again until smooth, and then toss with warm linguine noodles for a vegan Alfredo sauce.
Turn cashew. After making your creamy garlic cashew sauce, cook your pasta until al dente, according to the directions on the package. While your pasta boils, you can cook your vegetables.
Add olive oil to a large pot and place over medium heat. Once oil is hot, add the onion, carrot, red bell pepper and broccoli; saute for 3-4 minutes, stirring occasionally. Instructions. Add all ingredients to a blender (starting with the lesser amount of water) and blend until creamy, adding more water as needed to blend until creamy and smooth. We recommend a small blender (we prefer the NutriBullet), or a high-speed blender.
Add. We make this cashew queso weekly, religiously. It’s great as: A dip (for chips or veggies). A sauce (on tacos or pasta).
A recipe base (beer cheese soup, for example). There are a lot of dairy-free cheese recipes out there. This one is very minimalist. And, of course, it tastes incredible (and has a nice little kick!).
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