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Hollandaise Sauce with Asparagus

Sauce Hollandaise vegan
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Vegan sauce Hollandaise is the classic  of all classics when it comes to eating asparagus. Of course I do not want to deprive you of this yummy vegan  hollandaise sauce. It tastes great with green or white asparagus. Or just boil some potatoes and dip them in the super delicious sauce. Plantbased | milkfree | eggfree | less fat | soyfree.

Are you also a sauce lover like me? Then you will love this vegan sauce Hollandaise. Sometimes it just can not be enough sauce for me. You should definitely look for my vegan gravy. I could spoon these as a soup.

But now back to the delicious vegan sauce hollandaise. Here in the US we still get asparagus to buy. Unfortunately only the greens. I will make this sauce in the next few days again with the green asparagus instead of  the white. Did you know that the white asparagus here totally seldem to get? So far, I have seen it fresh just once. The best, we have German weeks at a well-known German discounter here in the USA. Then at least I get canned white asparagus. Is used them as a salad, soup or with this delicious sauce.


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Hollandaise Sauce with Asparagus
 
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Recipe type: Dinner, Lunch, Main Dish
Cuisine: vegan, plantbased, dairyfree, eggfree, less oil, sugarfree, wheatfree, soyfree
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The classic of all classics when it comes to eating asparagus. Of course I do not want to deprive you of this yummy vegan version of hollandaise sauce. It tastes great with green or white asparagus. Or just boil some potatoes and dip them in the super delicious sauce
Ingredients
  • 20 g of native olive oil
  • 20 g spelt flour
  • 100 ml of cashew cream
  • 100 ml of plant milk
  • 200 ml vegetable broth
  • 20 ml vegan white wine (optional) think it gives that something certain
  • 1-2 tsp Dijon mustard
  • Salt, pepper, nutmeg to taste
Instructions
  1. Heat oil in a pot. Prepare flour and cashew cream with plant milk.
  2. While stirring, add the flour to the oil until the flour absorbs all the oil. Just do not stop stirring, otherwise lumps may form.
  3. Now add the cream / milk with constant stirring. Same procedure with the vegetable broth. Now let it boil. The sauce ishould be thickening,now.
  4. Season with white wine, mustard, salt, pepper and nutmeg. Taste maybe add some more spices.
Notes
* Little tip for asparagus cooking. Put some sugar in the cooking water. The asparagus is not so bitter after cooking. Especially the white one.

 

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8 comments

  1. Amy

    I’ve never had hollandaise sauce. I need to try this!

    Reply

    1. veeatcookbake

      Amy, can’t wait to hear from you again. Enjoy the sauce. Let me know if you have any question.

  2. Gemma

    Yet to try vegan version of hollandaise sauce so be saving this recipe for a tasty weekend brunch! Xx

    Reply

    1. veeatcookbake

      Enjoy it. let me know what you think about. We love it

  3. Erin

    This looks SOOOO good. Thanks for the recipe!

    Reply

    1. veeatcookbake

      HI Erin, thank you. Enjoy the recipe 🙂

  4. stephanie

    I used to loooove hollaindaise (who doesn’t… also PROPS on spelling HOLLANDAISE because I clearly cannot). Anywayyyyy, can’t wait to make this recipe. I’m going to put it on a baked tofu sandwich so it seems like it’s an egg sandwich hehehe.

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    1. veeatcookbake

      Stephanie what a fabulour idea to put it over Tofu. I can imagine it tastes great. Let me know how it turned out.

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