Sautéed Vegan Cheese Tortellinis And Vegan Mozzarella Bread

August 10, 2010 by Keri

Tonight I hand-made tortellinis, expecting to develop a huge respect for vegan pasta in the process.  The recipe I used is a test recipe from Hearty Vegan (testing is only a couple more weeks if you’re sick of being tormented with pictures of yet to be published recipes).  While it was definitely more time consuming than opening a box of premade, to my surprise making it myself was actually manageable.  This is an extremely exciting discovery since, let’s face it, most premade filled pastas aren’t vegan, and the ones that are seem to come with a hefty price tag.  These were so good and so worth the effort of homemade.  I drizzled ours with a little marinara, and served with a side of cheezy garlic bread.  Yum!

Vegan Pasta Recipes

Vegan Pasta Recipes

For the cheezy garlic bread’s “cheezy”, I made another test recipe from the book, homemade vegan mozzarella.  It was easy, quick, and looked delicious!  Turns out you really can make your own everything from scratch!  Well… I still don’t know about that tofu, but I’m pretty sure Danielle is on it, since she added it to her “bucket list” and all.

Vegan Cheese Recipes

Have you ever made your own filled pastas?  What’s something you thought was going to be difficult to make but turned out to be not so bad?

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Comments

  1. ok this looks good but the last post, that PB cheezecake thingey whatever that is..omg that looks decadent beyond all measure!!! yum!!! :)

    • Keri says:

      The peanut butter fudge pie was insanely good. I’m lucky I’m not prone to sitting down with a pie and a fork or I might have a problem. :P

  2. Sarah S. says:

    Major uncheese insanity around here the last few days, love it!

  3. Stefanie says:

    I’m not sure I can handle all of this great looking food. First the pie and now the tortellins. Your family eats well no matter what you cook. :)

  4. Hannah says:

    I just stumbled upon your blog from findingvegan.com – a little bummed there was no recipe with this post as those tortellini look DELICIOUS :) but that just makes me more curious about the cookbook! I look forward to browsing your site more in the future. :)

  5. Kelsey says:

    I’ve never attempted filling my own pasta but I’ve been thinking a lot about it lately because I want to make a butternut squash ravioli

  6. Wow that looks amazing. It reminds me of toasted ravioli, which I looooved as a kid.

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