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Creamy Cashew Sauce & Sweet Potato Noodles

vegan cashew sauce

Looking for a quick, sweet spin on the dinner table? Creamy Cashew Sauce & Sweet Potato Noodles are the answer

Swap out your pasta for spiralized veggies...or in this case, sweet potatoes! The consistency is firm, easily chopped, and roasted and caramelized to complete browning perfection. Can you even ask for more? Well, technically, yes, you can. Saute spinach, caramelize onions, or toss your favorite vegetable into the mix. Once you add this creamy (cashew) sauce, now you really have the perfect, comforting, thick and creamy vegan meal. Not to mention, it’ll meet the needs of some intolerances such as gluten and dairy.

sweet potato noodles


  • 1 cup cashews (soaked)
  • ¾ cup water (more for soaking)
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 1–2 garlic cloves
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 4 large sweet potatoes (softened and spiralized)


  • Fresh basil, chives, or for garnishing
  • Salt (to taste)
  • Pepper (to taste)
  • Sprinkle of red pepper/paprika
  • Olive oil for drizzling
  • Fresh basil, chives, for garnishing


  • 2–3 cups of spinach (for wilting)
  • Extra vegetables (zucchini, caramelized onions, etc.)
  • Siracha or hot sauce
  • Roasted garlic


  1. Soak cashews (put nuts in a bowl with water and soak overnight or for a couple of hours) If you’d really like to speed up the soaking process, add hot or slightly boiling water to the cashews and soak for approximately 20 minutes)
  2. While cashews soak, cut through and spiralize sweet potatoes (if they are too firm, soften by boiling for a very short time)
  3. Drain and thoroughly rinse cashews well and put in a food processor (add ¾ cup water, garlic, and salt. Continue to puree until texture and consistency is smooth
  4. On high heat, put oil in a large skillet. After several seconds, add the sweet potato spirals; toss them in the skillet for approximately 7 minutes until lightly browned, crispy, and tender. Once tender, remove skillet from the heat and toss in extras (spinach, etc.)--it will wilt very fast
  5. Feel free to add in the herbs and spices and some of the sauce into the skillet and begin to toss.
  6. If the mixture is too thick and somewhat sticky, begin to generously add water and season with salt and pepper to taste, drizzle the olive oil and garnish the herbs.
  7. Enjoy! And save for later.
Author: Tim-McComsey




What a great recipe . It taste so good .


Great recipe! Quick, easy, snd delicious. I’ll be having it again!

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