That was a lot of fun! Thank you Jane for having me on your Network! In this live stream, I cooked black bean fettuccine over lemon garlic turmeric sauce and vegetables.
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As usual, this dish is made with whole food plant-based ingredients and oil-free.
Black bean fettuccine is a protein and fiber-rich meal, perfect for weight loss and for active people alike.
The white beans in the sauce act as the "cream" in the sauce which makes it so decadent creamy without the actual fat you would get from dairy. If you don't like turmeric you could use saffron.
Here is the recipe:
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