🍑 Spaghetti with vegan bean balls and spicy tomato 📷 by 🚨🚨Recipe:
250gr spaghetti pasta
for the balls:
1 can black beans, drained
50gr pine nuts or sunflower seeds
1 flaxseed egg (1 tbsp ground flaxseeds + 3 tbsp water)
4-5 tbsp bread crumbs (or fine oats)
1 tbsp tomato paste
1 tsp basil
1 tsp oregano
1 tsp soy sauce
oil for frying
for the sauce:
1 garlic glove
1 tbsp oil
1 can tomatoes
1-2 tbsp tomato paste
a bit sugar
for the balls, combine ground flaxseeds with water and soak for about 10-15 minutes.
meanwhile, cut onion and chop garlic and roast in a pan with a bit oil until glassy.
roast pine nuts in another pan as option and puree in a blender afterwards.
Nun die Bohnen in einem Gefäß pürieren oder stampfen./ puree or mash beans in a bowl.
then combine mashed beans with the flaxseed-egg, pine nuts puree, onion, garlic, bread crumbs or oats and seasonings to taste.
knead everything to a dough and form about 12 balls.
Cook pasta according to directions stated on the package.
meanwhile cut onion, chop garlic and roast for about 2-3 minutes in a pan with oil.
add tomatoes, tomato paste, Italian herbs, salt, pepper and sugar to desired taste and let it cook for about 6-8 minutes.
meanwhile, fry the balls in a pan with oil until golden brown and add to the sauce finally.
serve spaghetti to the sauce with the balls and top with tomato flakes, nutritional yeast and basil. Enjoy! #thevegansclub 🍑
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Good morning !! I actually still cannot get over how beautiful this is 😱😍 Had this ‘summer bowl’ with tempeh, courgetti, tomatoes, chickpeas, coconut ‘bacon’ and a vegan caesar dressing and it was unbelievable 🙌🏻🙌🏻 I’ve never had tempeh before but its an amazing meat free alternative and tastes wonderful when marinated properly 👍🏾 Give it a go!!! Had it lots when I was in Bali and loved it !! Have a beautiful morning xxxx
🌟This family-friendly beans and rice 💚 served with cashew sour cream and chunky guacamole is such an easy and satisfying dinner. 💫
By removing the heat from this chilli style bean dish I have kept it kid approved, but of course it can easily be heated 🔥up by adding some chilli 🌶 if preferred.
I love this meal as it comes together in about 30min, is super tasty and I know that it provides great balanced nutrition. I even stir through some greens (spinach, silverbeet or kale all work well) at the end to squeeze in that extra nutritional hit! 💪🌱🙌
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To make these family friendly beans you'll need:
1 diced red onion
3 cloves crushed garlic
2 capsicum chopped
2tsp ground cumin
2tsp smoked paprika (sub for chilli or chipotle if you like it 🔥)
1tsp ground coriander
1tsp dried oregano
2 x 400g chopped tomatoes
3 x 400g canned beans rinsed and drained (I used 2x red kidney and 1x black beans)
2Tbsp balsamic vinegar
2Tbsp tomato paste
Small bunch fresh coriander
Cook your onion in hot pan until softened, add garlic and spices and cook for further minute, add the capsicum and stir through, then add canned tomatoes and beans. Add 1 can of additional water. Bring to a high simmer and then add balsamic vinegar and tomato paste. Allow to simmer for about 20 min until thicken up and flavour developed. Chop your coriander for garnish but don't throw away the stalks. Finely chop these and add them to beans with chopped greens. Stir through until greens have wilted then remove from heat. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve with the wholegrain of your choice (we like brown basmati rice), cashew sour cream and guacamole 😋 This recipe makes a large family sized batch so it's great for leftovers for lunches or even another meal. Cook once, eat twice(or even more)! 😆
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I think we'll get a chocolate bar after tonight's run....hopefully they'll have some vegan goodies I can have but I'll take my own just incase 🍫
I had this flapjack bun after a race a few weeks ago.....they had loads of cakes and I was very appreciative that they'd made a vegan option 🌱 and it was yummy, very very sweet 💞