Valentine’s Day is not about how much money you spend on someone, but how much time you spend on someone. So, what better way to show someone you care, then by making them handmade pasta? This recipe is not difficult at all, it just takes a bit of time and a lot of love. The pasta recipe is easily adaptable, and could be made into any shape, or take advantage of any fresh herbs you may have. The sauce is also very versatile, and could be made with a variety of nuts. The kabocha squash competes for the starring role in this dish, and pretty much cooks itself while you prepare the rest of the components. This recipe is sure to impress your loved one. Or, if you’re single, it’s sure to help you impress yourself.
It’s been a few years since I’ve made this recipe, but it’s based on famous TV cook’s vegetable pot pie recipe. I wanted to fully veganize it, so, here are the results of my experiment. It’s so delicious, and full of fall flavors. Make sure to use a very flavorful stock, and to season each component along the way so that flavors develop all the way through.
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