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Vegan Gorgonzola-esque Sauce

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If you miss the intense taste of Gorgonzola cheese, you will find the right sauce here. The cashew based sauce does not contain soy, oil or dairy products.

After a long time back and forth, I have struggled to taste myself by trying an intense cheesy sauce. Before we started to eat plantbased, my best friend Kristina and I cooked a Gorgonzola sauce together.

After she asked me to try such a tasty sauce, I actually dared to do it and I have to say that this vegan Gorgonzola sauce is deliciously tasty.

Try this sauce and show me your creations. Tag me on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter with @veeatcookbake and uses #veeatcookbake.  So I can not miss any of your re-creations.. I am really looking forward to your creations.

Gorgonzola-esque Sauce - vegan, oilfree, dairyfree, soyfree
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This delicious spicy Gorgonzola style sauce tastes great with pasta, gnocchi or spaetzle. The sauce is enough for 2 pck gnocchi.
Recipe type: Pastasauce, Sauce, Cheeze Sauce
Cuisine: vegan, plantbased, dairyfree, oilfree, soyfree
Serves: 6 Portions
  1. Soak the cashews in boiling water for 10 min
  2. Dice the onion and the garlic clove very finely, I take my chopper for that. This is fast and the onion and garlic are super fine.
  3. Sauté in a pan with a little bit water until glassy. Add more water, but only as much as the ground is covered.
  4. Drain the cashews and rinse.
  5. Now put the cashews, the water and the remaining ingredients in a high speed blender.
  6. Now at the highest level (my 10's) mix for 10-20 seconds. You should mix until you have a creamy consistency without pieces
  7. You can now taste to season.
  8. add the cashew cream to the onions and bring to boil
  9. Maybe add some more water if the sauce is too thick for you, it is too liquid for you let it boil a little longer.


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  1. veeatcookbake

    Thank you sweetie. Hope you enjoy it. :-*

  2. Sara |

    This looks absolutely amazing Jasmin! I’m a huge fan of vegan cheesy sauces. And this one looks incredible. Plus we have miso in there to make our guts happy (fermented foods are the best!)
    Thanks for sharing another lovely, unique recipe! Adding it to my must try list. Yum!

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