Recipe | Sweet Curry Pasta With Greens (Quick & Vegan!)

One of my favourite foods has always been pasta! It’s always been a delicious staple in my diet because it can be made so many different ways. The pastas that I make have, over time, transitioned with my diet and lifestyle changes from becoming a vegetarian to now being a vegan. Ever since I became a vegan in April, I’ve been trying out my own different vegan pasta creations. Some haven’t turned out too well, but most have. So, today I thought I’d share one of my relatively recent favourites! It’s super easy to make (it only takes about 20 minutes), it’s pretty nutritional, and it’s so tasty!



375 g whole wheat rotini
2 tbsp vegan margarine or butter
8 tbsp sweet & sour sauce
1 cup peas (fresh or frozen)
3 cups fresh spinach
2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
2 tbsp mild curry
Optional: coarse grind black pepper


1. In a large pot, bring 16 cups of water to a boil.

2. Add pasta to boiling water; stir periodically for approximately 12 minutes (or however long the pasta cooking instructions call for).

3. While pasta is cooking, in a frying pan, add 2 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil; turn stove element to medium heat.

4. Add spinach to frying pan; stir until spinach is wilted and then add peas.

5. Mix in curry to spinach and peas; turn stove element to simmer.

6. When pasta is cooked, drain and then return to pot.

7. Stir in margarine or butter and then add sweet & sour sauce; mix well.

8. Add vegetable contents from frying pan to pasta; mix well.

9. Optional: Top with coarse grind black pepper and serve!

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