You won’t believe this creamy sun dried tomato sauce is completely vegan! It is delicious and comes together fairly quickly.
Ingredients and Substitutions
Pasta: I use fettuccine but you can really use any type of pasta shape. You can even use brown rice or chickpea pasta.
Olive Oil: The olive oil is what works with the flour to create a thick sauce. If you don’t have olive oil you can also use butter or vegan butter.
Garlic: If you don’t have fresh garlic substitute for 1/2 tsp garlic powder.
Flour: I use all purpose flour but you can use a gluten free flour if you need. I wouldn’t use whole wheat flour. It gives it too much of a flavor. We just want the flour to be used as a thickener.
Milk: I use almond milk but you can use other types of milk as well. Make sure to use unsweetened milk.
Nutritional Yeast: If you don’t need it to be vegan you can use parmesan as a substitute.
Sun Dried Tomatoes: You can find sun dried tomatoes packed in oil by the tomato sauce. If you don’t like sun dried tomatoes you can also use roasted tomatoes.
Basil: If you don’t have basil you can swap it for spinach or parsley.
How to store for later
You can store the sun dried tomato pasta in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 4 days. When you reheat it, add a splash of water to help the sauce thin out.