I like to cook some fresh spinach and mix it with ricotta, not vegan I know,
and some broth and mix with a boat-motor mixer. I am sure there's some vegan
type cheese that could replace the fat free ricotta. You might also want to try
something like mushrooms and peas or whatever in some broth over pasta. What
about just all sorts of veggies and broth and herbs? There are an infinite
number of sauces to put on pasta which don't contain tomatoes.
> Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 13:06:21 -0500
> From: "Faith M. Senie" <fms@xxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: pasta sauce recipe ideas?
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> Hi all,
> My husband is fond of making pasta dishes with fresh sauce. So far, all of
> our sauce recipes involve tomatoes, done either as actual sauce or as diced
> tomatoes. However, we have a new friend who loves my husband's cooking,
> but is allergic to tomatoes! So we're looking for ideas for simple fresh
> sauce recipes (i.e. take less than a half hour to cook) that come out
> "saucy" (our first attempt tasted great, but all the liquid cooked away and
> we had nothing left but veggies!) and don't use tomatoes.
> Oh, one other limitation -- it has to be vegan...