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Spring Vegetable Pasta Bake


Need an easy dinner that will be approved by the entire family?


Our Spring Vegetable Pasta Bake recipe is so simple to make and you can change up the vegetables for a new spin each time!


My favorite veggies to use are asparagus, broccoli, and cherry tomatoes. The sauce is creamy, low fat, and especially good with some fresh lemon squeezed before serving.

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Spring Vegetable Pasta Bake
By: The Jaroudi Family

Ingredients:

 12 oz pasta uncooked (we like whole-wheat or eikon) 
 10 oz cherry tomatoes
 6 oz chopped raw asparagus (around 3⁄4 cup)
 6 oz chopped raw broccoli (around 3⁄4 cup)
 2 cups vegetable broth
 2 cups nondairy milk (unflavored/unsweetened) 
 2 tbsp nutritional yeast
 1 tbsp Italian seasoning
 1 tsp white miso
 Fresh Lemon Slices 

Directions: 
 
Preheat oven to 425 degrees. 

In a 9x13 pan add in all ingredients except lemon slices. 

Stir well till all ingredients are well coated. 

Wrap with tin foil. 

Bake for 20 minutes – give creamy pasta a stir and cook for another 20 minutes. 

Make sure you check on the pasta – overcooking will cause it to be gummy. 

Squeeze lemon over pasta before serving. 

Notes: 

Change up the vegetables: zucchini, cauliflower, yellow squash, peas, green beans. 

I hope you'll give this recipe a try, and let us know if you liked them! We love seeing photographs of our recipes and just in general hearing from you guys! Watch the video of this recipe here Wishing you all the best, Brittany

 

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Sue James
Sue James
Jun 02, 2021

I tried this tonight with gluten free pasta - it was gummy already at 20 minutes. Great sauce, nice with the veggies. So, if you do GF pasta, make sure to check early and often!

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Ashley Mac
Ashley Mac
May 31, 2021

This looks delicious! I can't wait to try it, but I'm curious if you've also made it or something similar in the instant pot instead of baking it?


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krvannuys
May 24, 2021

What’s the miso? Is there a substitute for this ingredient? Looks delish!

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minibytes
May 29, 2021
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Miso is a paste. It is made from fermented soybeans and adds a salty umami flavor to dishes. Japanese use it in miso soups. You can use salt instead of miso but miso is better for you if you are trying to cut down/out salt. You can buy miso at any Asian food market or get it on Amazon. There are different types of miso. A little miso goes a long way. Hope this helps a little.

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