Wednesday, September 16, 2015

So Some Soy Spaghetti

Soy Noodles from Soy Flour [use about 1/3 of the noodle recipe for each recipe such as spaghetti or pasta salad, etc.]
Imitation Beef Crumbles from TVP aka textured vegetable protein at
Spicy Italian Spaghetti Sauce Mix from Walmart SuperStore 1 single recipe pkt
Diced canned tomatoes about 15z can
Seasoned Salt
One Pkt sweetening or a few drops of Stevia
A few paper thin slices of yellow onion ~ or as much as you wish

I roll the dough into ropes and boil like regular dried pasta, about 7 minutes or until it floats to the top.  Photo credits to Yikes no carbs @

For Your Pasta: I use 2 cups of soy flour, 3 large eggs and enough water to make a soft dough that will shape into ropes. I also add 1/2 Tb salt directly to the dough. It is about 1/2 cup of water. Also add about 1 Tb olive oil. Make the ropes about 1/8th an inch and about 7 inches long, they might break into 3-4 inch pieces but still are delicious.
I prepare the TVP by first fixing the sauce mix with hot water adding about 1-2 oz of TVP [1/4-1/2] cup until it is a thick consistancy. The sauce needs to be hot. I then let this sit a few minutes before adding the tomaotes and seasonings. You could also add chopped bell pepper regular or dried to this. It is very good.

You wont' use all the noodles for this. I freeze the excess noodles. I'm not positive of the calorie/carbohydrate count, but it is within reason comparatively. I just had some.