How To Make Vegan Curd With Walnuts
Delicious Homemade Raw Vegan Curd with Walnuts: Easy & Nutritious Recipe

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Ingredients

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100 g Walnuts
100 mL Water water with the amount that adjusted the curd concentration.
2 Spoons Lemon
1 Small Spoon Salt

Nutritional information

654
Calories
15g
Protein
65.21g
Fat
98mg
Calcium
13.71
Carbohydrate
9,080mg
Omega3

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One of the alternatives to dairy curd for vegetarians who do not use dairy products or vegans is vegetable curd, which is very nutritious and delicious and has a taste very close to dairy curd.

Features:
  • Dairy Free
  • Gluten Free
  • Healthy
  • Lactose free
  • Raw Vegan
  • Soy-free
  • Sugar Free
  • Suitable for athletes
  • Vegan
  • Wheat-free
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Hey there!
I’ve got a fantastic recipe for you – homemade raw vegan curd made with walnuts! It’s delicious and a super healthy and dairy-free alternative packed with Omega-3 goodness. The best part? You’ll have it ready to enjoy in just 3-5 minutes! How cool is that?
Vegan curd is a wonderful seasoning for some dishes like Eggplant Dip

So, for all you lovely folks out there looking for a plant-based option to dairy curd, this recipe is just what you need.
This curd is a dream come true for raw vegans, regular vegans, and even folks with lactose and dairy allergies. No one has to miss out on this yummy goodness!

Vegan curd is super simple and quick to make. With just four ingredients and a few minutes of your time, you’ll have a creamy and nutritious vegan curd ready to elevate your dishes.
And trust me; it’s even stronger and more nutritious than traditional dairy curd. Those walnuts are powerhouses of Omega-3, fiber, antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins.

Now, let me tell you a bit more about this marvelous walnut curd. Walnuts are not only rich in calcium, but they’re also a fantastic source of Omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins. So you’re not just getting a tasty curd, but also a healthy one!

Types of Vegan Curd

Now, let’s talk about the different types of vegan curd you can make.

  • Almond Milk Curd: Made from almond milk, it has a mild, nutty flavor & is a great option for those who prefer a dairy-free alternative.
  • Soy Milk Curd: Made from soy milk, it’s one of the most popular vegan curd types, with a thick, creamy texture & a variety of flavors.
  • Coconut Milk Curd: Made from coconut milk, it has a rich, creamy texture & a tropical flavor, appealing to coconut lovers.
  • Cashew Milk Curd: Made from cashew milk, it has a creamy texture & a slightly nutty flavor, making it an ideal choice for those allergic to soy or almonds.
  • Oat Milk Curd: Made from oat milk, it has a slightly sweet & creamy taste & is perfect for people looking for gluten-free & nut-free alternatives.
  • Hemp Milk Curd: Made from hemp milk, it has a nutty flavor & a creamy texture, providing a high-protein vegan curd option.
  • Pea Protein Curd: Made from pea protein, it has a slightly sweet & creamy taste & is an excellent choice for those seeking a high-protein vegan curd.
  • Walnut curd: made from walnuts without heat and rich in omega-3 and fiber, an excellent choice for those who are allergic to soy and some nuts such as peanuts. It is also suitable for raw vegans.

The recipe for all these curds is almost the same. Just replace 100 grams of walnuts with your favorite nuts or milk.

 

Benefits of Vegan Curd

Let’s talk about the perks of going vegan with your curd choice.

First, it’s dairy-free, so all you lactose-intolerant folks, rejoice!

Plus, it’s plant-based, making it a fantastic option for anyone following a vegan or plant-based diet.

And just like regular curd, this vegan version contains probiotics that are great for digestion and your immune system.

Oh, and it’s low in fat and high in protein, making it a nutritious addition to your meals or snacks.

Speaking of benefits, vegan curd is a win-win all around. It’s dairy-free, so it’s fantastic for anyone with lactose intolerance or dairy allergies. Plus, since it’s plant-based, it fits right into vegan and plant-based diets. And just like traditional curd, it’s loaded with probiotics, supporting your digestive health and giving your immune system a little boost.

On top of that, it’s a nutritious addition to your meals or snacks, being low in fat and high in protein. And let’s not forget that choosing plant-based alternatives is good for you and the environment. By opting for vegan curd, you’re contributing to more sustainable food systems and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

The best thing about this curd? Its versatility! You can use it in countless recipes, from savory to sweet dishes.

Benefits of Vegan Curd

Let’s talk about the perks of going vegan with your curd choice.
Vegan curd is a win-win all around.
It’s dairy-free, so it’s fantastic for anyone with lactose intolerance or dairy allergies.
Plus, since it’s plant-based, it is a fantastic option for anyone following a vegan or plant-based diet. And just like traditional curd, this vegan curd version contains probiotics that are great for digestion and your immune system.

On top of that, it’s a nutritious addition to your meals or snacks, being low in fat and high in protein. And let’s not forget that choosing plant-based alternatives is good for you and the environment. By opting for vegan curd, you’re contributing to more sustainable food systems and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

The best thing about this curd? Its versatility! You can use it in countless recipes, from savory to sweet dishes.

 

Tips and tricks:

  1. Use white walnuts to prepare white curd
  2. To add water to the walnuts, be careful not to add water all at once because the curd may become too thin, so add water slowly and little by little to adjust the concentration of the curd.
  3. Test the curd and adjust if you like more or less salt and lemon
  4. Put the curd in a glass bottle, and you can store it in the refrigerator for two to three days
  5. It is very easy to make vegan curd, so it is better to make it fresh and use it.
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Steps

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Preparation of four main ingredients for vegan curd Walnuts, water, salt, lemon

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Pour the walnuts into the blender.

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Add two spoons of lemon juice.

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Add salt

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Add water in several stages so the curd does not become loose or hard.

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Let the ingredients mix until a soft, curd texture is obtained.

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Our vegan curd was prepared so quickly.

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Zahra Radan

I'm Zahra, and I have been a vegan for 5 years; I publish raw vegan and vegan recipes on VEGi 1 site. I have vegan recipes for all days and meals that even non-vegetarians will love. I try to prove that you will not miss any delicious food by changing to a vegan lifestyle. If you make this dish, share the photo on Instagram or Facebook and tag me with @vegifamily and #vegi1.

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