This vegan pesto edamame noodles recipe will easily become one of your weekly menu recipes when you see how delicious and easy it is to make. Pasta recipes, in general, are some of my favorite meals to make when I am feeling in need of something more comforting or savory. Recently, I was introduced to the company PureFit – a nutrition company focused on creating delicious, plant-based and healthy products for YOU! After being introduced to PureFit and reading more about their products, I knew I had to incorporate my clean and dairy free pesto sauce recipe with their noodles!Jump to Recipe
This pesto edamame noodles recipe is vegan, clean and super delicious! I actually made this recipe for dinner and served it to my 4-year-old, 18-month-old and Husband and, believe me when I tell you, their bowls were CLEAN by the end of dinner. This recipe is perfect for lunch or dinner and great to re-heat for lunch the next day if you have leftovers.
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What are Edamame Noodles?
Edamame noodles are noodles made entirely out of the edamame bean. This makes the noodle vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free. Normally, these noodles are made with a sauce and to be enjoyed with many different recipes.
Can you replace pasta with edamame noodles?
Edamame is such a versatile vegetable, and it can be used in so many different recipes! We all know that it tastes great on its own, whether you are enjoying it steamed with some salt or used tossed in a salad! But did you know that it can also be used as a substitute for pasta? Say what? Yes, you read that right. It is possible to use edamame as noodles in your favorite pasta dishes. They work well in any recipe that calls for pasta.
What is Pesto?
Pesto is a sauce that originated in Genoa, the capital city of Liguria, Italy. Traditionally, the sauce is made up of basil, garlic, pine nuts, salt, and Parmigiano-Reggiano all blended together in olive oil. Accompaniments may include the most popular past, meat, potatoes, other veggies, and my personal favorite, a spoonful directly into my mouth. YIKES, did I just say that?
Tools you will need to make the Dairy Free Pesto
One of the most important things that you will need to make sauce is either a blender or a food processor. I make all my sauces in this Ninja Blender that we got as a gift for our wedding! We love it and I think you will love it too! Check it out here.
Benefits of PureFit Edamame Noodles
These noodles are super quick and easy to make. Normally, generic noodles take about 10 minutes to boil, while PureFit’s noodles take about 2-3 minutes to cook.
I always love to purchase food that has minimal ingredients. What is great about these PureFit noodles is that the ingredients are 100% organic edamame!
I am always trying to add more plant-based recipes into my weekly meal plans and I LOVE that they are vegan!
Keto Friendly, High Protein & Low Carb
These noodles are a great keto, low carb and high protein option for anyone focusing on a low-carb diet.
How to make Vegan Pesto Edamame Noodles
What you will need for this recipe is a box of PureFit Edamame Noodles, basil, nutritional yeast, pine nuts, garlic, salt, pepper, olive oil, cherry tomatoes, and lemon juice. Optional add-ons can include additional nutritional yeast for sprinkling on top as well as red peppers to add a spicy kick!
Steps to make the Vegan Pesto Edamame Noodles
Fill a pot halfway (or a little more) with water
Bring water to boil, add salt (optional)
Add PureFit Edamame Noodles
Cook on medium heat for 2-3 minutes
Pour cooked pasta into strainer
Season and/or add a sauce like my dairy-free pesto!
Steps to make Dairy Free Pesto
In a blender or food processor, blend in basil, pine nuts, olive oil, and lemon juice until combined.
Once blended, add in the garlic, salt, pepper, and nutritional yeast. Add additional salt and pepper as desired. ENJOY!
How long do edamame noodles last?
After you have made the recipe it can last in the fridge for around 2-3 days. I normally like to double batch this recipe and pack it for lunch the next day.
Other cooking methods:
Another method for cooking PureFit’s noodles super easy and does not require a stovetop at all.
Place PureFit Edamame Noodles in a pan or bowl.
Pour hot water into bowl or pan.
Cover pan and let sit for 2-3 minutes.
With a set of tongs, place prepared noodles into bowl. Serve with your favorite sauce and enjoy!
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