How to Make Gluten Free Vegan Pasta
This gluten free Vegan Pasta recipe made in a Philips Pasta Maker is dedicated to our vegan friends with love. We are so grateful for vegans everywhere who write in with suggestions and support. What most people do not know is that I follow a raw, vegan diet in the morning, and do not eat cooked food until after noon. I understand dietary needs. Dave and I are hoping you love our gluten free recipe as much as we do!
Philips Pasta Maker
We created this recipe to work with our Philips Smart Pasta Maker, but any Philips Pasta Machine will work. Hand made instructions will follow soon. However, we discovered that the gluten free pasta making process, without the use of eggs, is much easier using a high pressure extruder. We purchased our machine from Williams Sonoma (on sale, of course!) However, you can find one on Amazon or eBay. Brilliant idea: have a group of friends or family pull funding together to purchase one and share it! We are not affiliated with Williams Sonoma, but if you click on the link, you may discover a maker that meets the needs of you family.
Testing vegan Parmesan proved to be a highlight in developing our recipe. Pasta and cheese are like PB & J – a beautiful marriage of flavors. You may find two of our favorite recipes here and here. The first “cheese” recipe is grate-able! The second uses hemp seeds instead of traditional cashews. Both tasted delicious in our opinion. Special thanks to the gifted makers, Sophia at veggiesdontbite.com and Kate at cookieandkate.com.
The dish in the picture above holds our vegan spaghetti drizzled in extra virgin olive oil. Top this off with vegan parmesan (grateable version,) cracked black pepper and fresh basil. Yum!
Please let us know how your recipe made in the Philips Pasta Maker turned out. Leave a comment and rating in the section provided below. We love to hear from you!
An important note: this recipe successfully uses Flour Farm Organic Gluten Free Flour Blend. Flour Farm may be purchased through our website or through our partners: Amazon.com & Azure Standard. If you choose to make this with another flour blend, please note that your results may differ.
Peace & LOVE – Teri
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Special thanks to our gluten free vegan friends; Photos by DuPree Productions; Recipe updated 4.20
Making Gluten Free Vegan Pasta in the Flour Farm KitchenPrint
Making gluten free Vegan Pasta in the Philips Pasta Maker couldn’t be easier. The yellow color of the pasta comes from a hint of turmeric. Cook in minutes or freeze for up to a month. Enjoy!
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- 200g (7 oz) Flour Farm Organic Gluten Free Flour Blend (2 C – 2 T)
- 50g (1.8 oz) Tapioca Flour (scant 1/2 C)
- 1 1/2 tsp Xanthan Gum (5g)
- 1/2 tsp Guar Gum (2.5g)
- 1/2 T Acacia Fiber/Powder (3.5g)
- 1/8 tsp Tumeric Powder (pinch)
- 1/2 tsp Extra Fine Pink Himalayan Salt (3g)
- 1/2 tsp Agar Agar Powder (1.5g)
- 1 T Extra Virgin Olive Oil (15 ml)
- 145 ml (4.9 fl oz) Filtered Warm Water (1/2 C + 2 T)
Equipment: Philips Pasta Maker, Unbleached parchment, Measuring cups and spoons, Mixing bowl (m), Whisk, Chop stick, Drying Rack for Pasta (optional)
Before You Dive In – Prep: Please Read
- Set up pasta maker with desired shape accessory
- Warm water to 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 C)
Step 1: Whisk together the dry ingredients in a medium sized bowl. Pour the dry blend into the pasta maker. Secure the lid.
Step 2: In a liquid measuring cup, whisk together the wet ingredients.
Step 3: Follow instructions for your pasta maker. We find that it is best to mix for about 6 minutes. In our maker, each cycle is 3 minutes, so we run the mixer for two cycles. Also, it is helpful to use a chopstick to push any stray flour into the blend about 1 minute into the mix/knead cycle.
While the pasta is mixing, start to boil salted water if eating right away.
Step 4: As the pasta extrudes, cut at the desired length and place on a drying rack or nest on unbleached parchment.
Step 5: (eat now or later instructions)
Now: If eating right away, cook fresh pasta for 30 seconds up to 1 minute, 30 seconds depending on the pasta shape, how long the pasta was able to dry, and your personal preference. We literally dunk our fresh pasta in the water for about 15 seconds and remove.
Later: If preparing ahead of time, dry pasta completely before storing in an airtight container in the refrigerator (for up to a week,) or the freezer (for up to a month.) Dry pasta will take longer to cook.
Step 6: Drain and rinse cooked pasta. Don’t skip this step. We rinse with cold water, and then toss with our favorite warmed oil or sauce.
The nutrition information provide below is for the recipe as written. Each portion weighs about 57g or 2 oz.
- Category: Pasta
- Serving Size: 57g
- Calories: 190
- Sugar: 1g
- Sodium: 210mg
- Fat: 5g
- Saturated Fat: 0g
- Unsaturated Fat: 5g
- Trans Fat: 0g
- Carbohydrates: 34g
- Fiber: 4g
- Protein: 3g
- Cholesterol: 0mg
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