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Angel Hair Pasta & Nutcase Vegan

Difficulty Beginner
Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time: 10 min Rest Time: 5 min Total Time: 25 mins
Calories 270
Best Season Suitable throughout the year

This pasta dish will truly nourish and delight. We bring out the aromas and sweetness of leeks and Brussel sprouts. I ’am almost at the end of my Huge mirin bottle. I’ve been fond of deglazing each and every meal I cook. It is a pretty cool technique that comes in handy. Deglazing is a cooking technique that involves adding liquid such as stock or wine in this case mirin (sweet rice wine) to a pan to loosen the food particles attached to the bottom from cooking or searing resulting in a flavorful residue. Use this technique in your daily cooking to add that exquisite flavor in your daily creations.

Nutcase Vegan Story

We were dedicated locavores; after viewing Food Inc, our daughter announced she was a vegetarian from that day forward. Andrew is a talented cook so he devoted his culinary talents to vegetarian, dairy-free cooking.  We began looking at prepared protein sources; we wanted a whole foods & nutrient dense product. We put our heads together to create a flavorful "meat" while avoiding pro-inflammatory foods. Our products are gluten-free, soy-free, and filler-free. 

At Nutcase Vegan Meats, we are committed to creating the highest quality organic, kosher, non-GMO foods for you to enjoy!

I found them through Shaman Durek’s Podcast Ancient wisdoms. It’s a pretty interesting podcast and a good resource of positivity.

In this recipe I used Nutcase Vegan loaf which added a lot of flavor and heartiness to our dish. Their products are versatile, tasty and nutritious.  I highly recommend them.

Keywords: Vegan, Meatloaf, Angel Hair Pasta,
Paolo Peralta