Mac & Teese Vegan Meal Idea

Mac and Teese (Vegan)

 

One of the difficulties switching from an omnivore diet to a vegan diet is coming up with new, easy go-to meals. I’ve been shopping at Nooch a lot lately, an all-vegan grocery store in Denver, and I see tons of products and brands I’ve never tried. It reminds me that my options are endless!

Last time I was at Nooch, I spotted Teese from Chicago Vegan Foods. Always searching for a great cheese alternative, I bit! While I don’t think this was the cheese I’ve been waiting for, it was good – I even got Xavier to eat my macaroni and cheese creation. I also made loaded nachos later in the week with it, and he loved that!

Since I took the above picture a few weeks ago, I’ve made Mac & Teese quite a few times. I use the ingredients above, minus the butter (it’s just not really necessary), and sometimes I add in Tofurky Italian Sausage (also a manchild favorite). If I’m just cooking for myself, I’ll half this recipe and save leftovers for lunch to take to work.

Mac & Teese Vegan Meal Idea
 
Ingredients
  • 1 lb pasta of choice
  • 1 16 oz package frozen broccoli florets
  • 1 package Teese
  • a few teaspoons of Sriracha or hot sauce of choice - more if you like it spicy like me!
  • Garlic powder
  • Paprika
  • 2 Tofurky Italian Sausage links
Instructions
  1. Boil pasta according to package directions, adding in broccoli to thaw.
  2. Strain pasta and broccoli and return to pot. Break broccoli apart with two forks.
  3. Add Teese and let melt, stirring to combine.
  4. Stir in hot sauce, seasoning and Tofurky Italian Sausage.
  5. Serve!

 

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