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Vegan Pasta With Peas Recipe

I’m going to show you how to make vegan pasta with peas! This vegan pea pasta recipe is inspired by The Pasta Queen’s version but dairy-free and without eggs.

All you need is 5 ingredients to make it: green peas, pasta, onion, vegan cheese and extra greens like chopped kale to make a creamy vegan pea pasta!

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How To Make Vegan Pasta With Peas

How To Make Vegan Pasta With Peas

This vegan pasta and peas recipe is super easy to make & only takes 17 mins to cook!

The key to creamy pea pasta is blending some of the peas to use as the sauce for the pasta. By blending peas, you have this incredible pasta sauce flavour that packs a lot of nutrition. Add in whichever veggies you want to up the greens and enjoy this weeknight staple that you’ll legitimately want to make every week.

Traditionally, this recipe uses pecorino cheese, so I recommend using a cheese that you can crumble and that melts! And if you really want to make it really creamy, add unsweetened soy creamer, but it’s optional!

Related Recipe: Vegan Green Pea Mac & Cheese

Edgy Veg Pasta With Peas


  • Pasta (opt for GF if you want gluten-free pasta with peas)
  • Peas
  • Olive Oil
  • Onion
  • Vegan Cheese



  • Using short pasta to cook in the sauce is highly recommended.
  • Using any greens you prefer to add extra nutrition to your pasta.
  • Use a fine mesh sieve after blending your peas to add only smooth sauce to your pasta.
  • For crumbly vegan cheese, blend it in a food processor!
  • Adding soy creamer to your pea pasta will make it extra creamy.

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I'm going to show you how to make vegan pasta with peas! This vegan pea pasta recipe is inspired by The Pasta Queen's version
Recipe type: Main
Cuisine: Vegan
Serves: 2
  • 2 cups short pasta of choice
  • 1½ cups frozen peas
  • 3 tbsp olive oil
  • ½ small onion
  • handful of greens, chopped
  • ½ cup vegan cheese of choice
  1. To make vegan pasta with peas, start by bringing water to a boil in a small pot or kettle.
  2. Meanwhile, in another pot, heat up olive oil over medium heat, and add your chopped onions, stirring constantly, until translucent.
  3. Next, add green peas (you can use frozen), some salt, black pepper and a few ladles of hot water from your other pot, and cook for 10 minutes.
  4. Then, you'll create your pea pasta sauce by transferring most of the peas to a blender and blending them. Add the mixture back to your pan or strain the pea sauce back into the pan using a fine mesh sieve to get a smooth sauce.
  5. Afterwards, add a few more ladles of boiling hot water, and your uncooked pasta. You can also add your extra greens (like kale). By cooking your pasta in the sauce, it allows the starch from the pasta to make the sauce creamy and delicious while the pasta absorbs the flavour of the peas.
  6. Add more cooking water to just cover the pasta and cook the pasta stirring constantly. The pasta will start to absorb the water, so keep adding some as needed and cook your pasta until al dente.
  7. In the last couple minutes of cooking, mix in your vegan cheese of choice. To make your cheese crumbly, run it through a food processor to make it super crumbly. Optionally, add unsweetened soy creamer to the sauce for a creamier sauce. Mix your pasta with peas until the cheese is melted.

Vegan Pasta With Peas

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  • OK, YUM! Not only is this easy to make, it’s tasty enough to be a regular staple meal in our household. It’s also really versatile because you can swap out the peas for other veggies, and change up the type of vegan cheese you use. Seriously tasty!

  • Had this last night and it was amazing! The peas made it so creamy and tasty!

  • Amanda Edwards says:

    I’m trying not to eat processed food and a lot of vegan cheese is highly processed. Any recommendations?

  • Made with spinach and feta added dice homemade roasted red pepper, fresh basil, lemon and pinenuts and made a kalamata and rosemary focaccia was good.


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