This homemade vegan pasta noodle recipe is easier than you might think. I’m not telling you that there’s no work involved in making pasta, but most of the effort is in rolling the pasta out.
What Are Pasta Noodles Made Of Anyhow?
Pasta dough recipes are typically made with wheat flour, usually semolina flour, water, plus eggs in non-vegan pasta. In this homemade vegan pasta recipe we use a combination of semolina flour, all-purpose flour, water and absolutely no eggs.
You can also use whole wheat flour in this recipe if you want.
Just Looking for Vegan Pasta Recipes that Aren’t Noodles?
Check out some of these recipes that use vegan dried pasta!
- Summer Slow Cooker Pasta Sauces
- Butternut Squash And Kale Lo Mein With Crispy Tofu
- 3 Sneak-in-Some-Veggies Pasta Sauces
- Easy Avocado Lemon Basil Pesto
- Slow Cooker Lentil Bolognese
Does All Fresh Pasta Contain Eggs?
You may be wondering if vegans can eat pasta. Most of the time fresh pasta is made with eggs, so if you’re buying it pre-made be sure to read the label carefully. But there is eggless pasta.
On the other hand most dry pasta is traditionally made without eggs, but I’ve noticed that some fancier dried pasta also has eggs, so read the ingredients carefully no matter what type you buy.
Is Any Pasta Vegan?
Check out dry pasta if you are looking to grab some at the store. You can also make egg-less pasta using the recipe at the bottom of this post!
Can You Make Gluten-Free Vegan Pasta?
It’s possible to make gluten-free pasta, but not with this recipe. Try my recipe for Quinoa Flour and Flax Gluten-free Noodles if you’re allergic to gluten.
How Do You Make Homemade Vegan Pasta?
It’s really the same process as egg pasta dough, but I love that Miyoko makes the dough in the food processor since that can be a little hard on my wrists. The food processor makes short work of it.
Do You Have to Have a Food Processor to Make Vegan Pasta Recipes?
If you don’t have a food processor you can make it the old fashioned way by mixing the flours together in a pile on a cutting board. Then make a well in the middle of the flour, add the water, then gradually mix together with your hands.
Have you made homemade pasta before? If so, tell me how it went for you in the comments!