Vegan Cheese Recipe, Dressings and Sauces
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Vegan Cheese Recipe and other Dressings and Sauces

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If you are looking for a vegan cheese recipe, vegan gravy or other vegan dressings and sauces - here are some tasty recipes.

If you understand the problems with cheese in your diet you will be happy to find a good vegan cheese recipe. More will be presented on this site about the problems with cheese (I will add a link here when it is done.) Go ahead and try the various recipes here.


Cashew-Pimento Cheese Spread
Sweet and Sour Sauce
Country Style Gravy
Basic Gravy
Brown Gravy
Garlic-Dill Dressing
White Cheese Topping
Melty Cheese
Sunflower Seed Sour Cream
Tomato Sauce
Guacamole Spread

Cashew-Pimento Cheese Spread

1 c raw cashews
1 c water
½ t salt
1/4 t garlic powder
pinch of thyme
2 t lemon juice
½ t onion powder
2-oz jar pimentos OR 1 piece frozen red pepper

Blend cashews, salt and water until smooth. Put in pan and cook, stirring constantly until thickened. Return to blender and blend in remaining ingredients. NOTE: If it will be cooked in a recipe, do not thicken; just blend all ingredients together and add to recipe.

Sweet and Sour Sauce

1 green pepper, cut in 1-inch squares
2-3 stalks celery, cut slant
1 med. onion, cut in squares

Sauté vegetables in 1 T oil for a few minutes in frying pan.

3 T lemon juice
1 540-ml tin pineapple tidbits, with juice
3 T brown sugar
2 T soy sauce
1½ T cornstarch
½ t garlic salt

Combine above and mix well. Add to vegetables in pan and stir until thickened. Add Shamburger balls and some of their broth, if desired.

Country Style Gravy (Country Life)

2 c water
2 T oil (omit if using nuts)
½ c cashew pieces or 3 T flour
3 T soy sauce
1 T onion powder
¼ t garlic powder
1 T yeast flakes
1 T corn starch

Blend all ingredients on high 2-3 minutes until creamy. Pour into saucepan and cook on medium-high until thick, stirring constantly. Serve over entree roasts or loaves, potatoes or biscuits.

Basic Gravy

2 T oil
¼ t onion powder
2 T flour
1 t soy sauce
1 t Marmite
1 c water
1 t Chicken-style seasoning

In saucepan, heat oil and blend in flour. Add water and seasonings and stir until thickened. May add more water for a thinner gravy, and may adjust seasonings to taste. Makes 1 c.

Brown Gravy

3 T vegetable oil
¼ t garlic salt
1 medium onion, chopped
1 t soy sauce
¼ c flour (potato or other)
¼ t Marmite (opt)
1 T chicken-like seasoning
¼ c soy milk (opt)
2½ c unsalted potato water, mushroom liquid and/or water

Sauté onion in the oil until soft. Mix flour and water together and add to onions. Add all other ingredients and cook until thickened.

Garlic-Dill Dressing

½ lb fresh tofu, drained and sliced
2 T oil
¼ t dill seed or dill weed
1 t garlic salt
3 T lemon juice

Blanch tofu in boiling salted water for 2 min and drain. Blend all ingredients. Add a little water, if needed, to operate blender. USES: Tossed with salads. Over cooked broccoli, greens etc. As a spread in place of mayonnaise.

White Cheese Topping - a vegan cheese recipe

Blend until very smooth:

1 c water
1 c cashews, raw (washed)
3 T dehydrated onion
1 T food flake yeast
1 t salt
½ t honey
1/8 t garlic powder


2 T lemon juice
½ c potato (boiled) OR ½ c tofu
2 T oil

Pour over lasagne or other entrees. Yields about 2 c

Melty Cheese - a vegan cheese recipe

2 c water
½ t onion powder
4 oz pimento
¼ t garlic powder
¼ c nutritional yeast
3 T (heaping) cornstarch
1 t salt
¼ c cashews or almonds
2 T lemon juice

Blend all ingredients until smooth. Cook while stirring constantly in heavy sauce pan until thick, 5-6 min. Great for dip for chips or as sauce. Can be frozen.


1 5½-oz can tomato paste
5½ oz water
1 T honey
2 T vegetable oil (opt.)
½ t salt
¼ t onion powder
¼ t garlic powder
pinch of oregano
1-2 T lemon juice

Mix ingredients in saucepan and heat gently to blend flavors. Refrigerate. Yields 1½ c. Can be frozen.

Sunflower Seed Sour Cream (Country Life)

2/3 - 1 c water
½ t garlic powder
1/3 c lemon juice (fresh is best)
1 t salt
1 c sunflower seeds
1 t onion powder

Whiz in blender until very creamy. Delicious on potato pancakes, baked potatoes and for vegetable dips. Can be used as a salad dressing if water is added to thin it a little.

Tomato Sauce

4 minced garlic cloves
5½-oz can tomato paste
2-3 T olive oil
2 t basil
1½ c chopped onions
1 t oregano
3/4 c chopped green pepper (opt.)
1 t salt
4 c canned tomatoes with juice
1 T honey

Sauté garlic in olive oil. Add onions and peppers and sauté until soft. Add tomatoes, squashing with hands. Stir in remaining ingredients. Simmer 1 hour to blend flavours. Freezes well. Yields 6 c

Variations: 1. In place of honey, add 1-2 c finely shredded carrots. Simmer in sauce for 30 min. Carrots are not seen, but add flavor and sweetness. 2. For garlic lovers, add minced garlic 15 min. before end of cooking. Note: When using tomatoes canned in puree, substitute puree for paste.

Guacamole Spread

2 ripe avocados
1 T lemon juice
2 t chopped onion
½ t salt
pinch garlic salt
1 large slice ripe tomato (may use canned tomato)

Blend or mash ingredients except tomatoes and onion. Chop tomato and onion fine and combine all ingredients. Chill.

I hope you found a favorite vegan cheese recipe. Come and visit again.

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