No Cook Cheesy Corn Sauce – Nut Butter Bash on Canned Time

This Cheesy Corn Sauce is deliciously creamy, tangy and nutty. So easy and no cook! #vegan #tahini #nutbutter

Following on from last year’s annual blogger event on Canned Time, I am thrilled to be joining again in this year’s Nut Butter Bash extravaganza.

This Cheesy Corn Sauce is deliciously creamy, tangy and nutty. So easy and no cook! #vegan #tahini #nutbutter #dairyfree

Q. How can tahini sauce get any more scrumptious?

A. By being a cheesy tahini sauce, of course!
This Cheesy Corn Sauce is deliciously creamy, tangy and nutty. So easy and no cook! #vegan #tahini #nutbutter

I have used glorious tahini in a ridiculously delicious cheesy sauce made with sweetcorn, nutritional yeast and nondairy milk. All you need is a blender, no cooking at all!

Serve it anywhere and everywhere. On pasta, veggies, for dipping, on pizza, on tacos or best of all – on baked potatoes. I can’t wait to try it on a sweet potato!

Head on over to the wonderful Canned Time and visit the very talented Angela for the recipe!

TO THE RECIPE

 

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13 Responses to No Cook Cheesy Corn Sauce – Nut Butter Bash on Canned Time

  1. mackmarie says:

    I am ecstatic to have stumbled across your blog! Not only does this recipe look insanely delicious, but so do the others. Thanks for posting, and I love what you stand for!

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  3. Well this just screams yummy comfort food!

  4. Vicky says:

    SO delicious, I must try making it. I’ve never blended sweetcorn but clearly it looks as though it blends smooth and thanks for the tip about tahini. I’ve never added it to dairy free cheese sauce before.

  5. Olwyn says:

    Do you heat it to serve and how long will it keep?

    • Poppy says:

      It’s completely up to you whether you heat it or not. Obviously if you are using it in pasta or on cooked veggies it would make sense to.
      It will keep covered in the fridge for 5 days.

  6. 9recipes says:

    Well this just screams yummy comfort food!

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