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Vegan Red Pepper Créme Sauce

Updated: Jan 9

I concocted this tasty little recipe in my head while standing around doing a demo in a grocery store on an empty stomach. Hunger breads creativity...or maybe just hanger. Any who, here's this bomb little recipe! I like to mix it in with pasta, rice, veggies, etc...but, my favorite mixture has got to be with shrimp. Too good!!


Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup strained red Peruvian pearl peppers

  • 3/4 cup roasted red peppers (leave juices)

  • 3 crushed cloves of garlic

  • 2 big pinches dried parsley

  • 1 oz. olive oil

  • 8 oz. vegan ricotta - I like Kite Hill almond ricotta

  • cracked black pepper

  • red pepper flakes

  • cayenne pepper

  • Himalayan sea salt

  • garlic powder

The Process

  • blend red Peruvian pearl peppers, roasted red peppers, cloves garlic, dried parsley & olive oil in your food processor on the pulse setting until fully blended

  • once you've blended your peppers in the food processor, heat up the vegan ricotta in a sauce pan on low heat

  • as you stir the ricotta on low heat, add in seasonings: cracked pepper, red pepper flakes, cayenne pepper, sea salt, & garlic powder

  • stir ricotta mixture until it's warm & seasonings are fully blended in, then add in your red pepper mixture from the food processor

  • once you add the red pepper mixture from the food processor into the ricotta, stir together on medium heat for 5 minutes

  • make sure the ricotta & red pepper mixtures are fully blended before serving, & enjoy your scrumptious Vegan Red Pepper Créme Sauce!!

Like I said in the beginning, I love this Vegan Red Pepper Créme Sauce with shrimp & spaghetti, & here's how I do it up! I boil the water & cook the gluten free spaghetti while I'm making the sauce. Once I blend the red pepper sauce into the ricotta mixture, I begin cooking my shrimp on medium heat in a separate pan with lime juice. If you've ever cooked shrimp then you know the shrimp will be done by the time your red pepper sauce is fully blended & heated up! What next? Mix it all together baby & enjoy!!


P.S. cilantro or basil make a splendid garnish!

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