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  • 執筆者の写真Michie

YouTube recipe “Vegan parmesan cheese ver. Sake-kasu and fresh pasta” / “ヴィーガンパルメザンチーズと生パスタ”










There are many kinds of vegan Parmesan cheese. This time I made the Parmesan with almond powder and sake kasu, which creates a wonderful smell. Sake kasu is a Japanese sake lees, which is the leftover bits from the sake-making process. Even though it is the leftovers of the sake, it is full of nutrition that is good for the skin and body.

If you get sake kasu, please make this!

This is one of the easiest pasta dough to make. Since it is runny, there is no kneading required. It uses the same recipe as Testaroli, but you don't boil it. This way you can enjoy the texture without a lot of effort!

Please try it with a simple combination of basil, olive oil and vegan Parmesan. Of course, it's also delicious with sautéed paprika, zucchini, pumpkin, eggplant or any summer vegetables.




アーモンドプードル 100g

酒粕 50g

塩 小1

オニオンパウダー 小1/2

ガーリックパウダー 小1/4


1. 全ての材料をボールでよく混ぜる。

2. クッキングペーパーにはさんで1-2mm厚さに伸ばす。


4. 手でくだく、またはフードプロセッサーで細かくする。



強力粉 200g

塩 小1

水 400cc

オリーブオイル 適量


1. ボールに強力粉、塩、水を入れて泡立て器で混ぜ、10分休ませる。

2. フライパンにオリーブオイルを熱し、生地の厚みが3mm程度になるよう生地を流し入れ、蓋をして表面に火が通るまで中弱火でしっかり焼く。

3. 生地を焼き終わったら、包丁で一口大にカットする。


Vegan Parmesan cheese


* 150g all-purpose flour

* 150g whole grain flour

* 1 tsp salt

* 160cc hot water

* 2 tbsp olive oil


1. Put all of the ingredient into a large bowl. Mix well.

2. Put it on cooking paper and with a rolling pin, stretch it to 1-2mm thickness.

3. Bake for 15-20 minutes in an oven preheated to 130 degree C until becomes a golden color.

4. Crush with your hand or with a food processor



* 200g all purpose flour

* 1 tsp salt

* 400cc water


1. Mix flour, salt and water in a bowl with a whisk and let it rest for 10 minutes.

2. Heat olive oil in a frying pan, pour the dough so that the thickness of the dough becomes about 3 mm.

3. Cover it and cook it on medium low heat until the surface is cooked.

4. After fully cooking through, cut it into bite-sized pieces.

(Optional: If you are uncertain if the bread is fully cooked through, carefully touch the surface. If it is sticky, it may need longer to cook.)


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