Vegan Brazilian Chef Alan Chaves Presents: Pasta with Mushroom Caper Sauce & Vegetable Sauté - (In Portuguese)   
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(For all ingredients, please use organic versions if available)
Soy Protein and Vegetable Sauté
100 grams soy protein, diced
2 medium onions
1 medium red pepper
1 broccoli
1 cup olive oil
⅓ cup soy sauce
⅓ sesame toasted oil
½ cup peanuts
Salt and black pepper to taste

Pasta with Caper Sauce and Button Mushrooms
500 grams tagliarini durum pasta
200 grams button mushrooms
100 grams capers
½ cup olive oil
1 medium onion
4 garlic cloves
200 grams soy cream
Soy Protein and Vegetable Sauté
  1. Peel and cut the onion into half, and then cut it in half moon shape.
  2. Cut the bell peppers into strips.
  3. Cut the broccoli into half.
  4. Boil some water, add a generous dash of salt and throw in the broccoli only when the water is very hot. Let the broccoli boiled for 1.5 minutes.
  5. Take out the broccoli, drain the water, and put it in the cold water. This way will preserve the flavor and the color.
  6. Hydrate the soy protein and drain out maximum amount of water as much as possible.
  7. Heat up a pan, and when it’s very hot add in the olive oil and soon add the onion.
  8. Let the onion browned, and then add a little toasted sesame oil, half only.
  9. Add in the bell pepper, and then the soy, the soy sauce to season the soy protein.
  10. Next, put in a dash of salt, remembering that there is already the soy sauce.
  11. Lastly, add in the broccoli, a little bit more of the other half of the toasted sesame oil.
  12. Before the broccoli dries up, turn off the heat and add in the peanuts.
  13. Place the vegetable sauté on a plate, and put it aside.
Pasta with Caper Sauce and Button Mushrooms
  1. Cut the onion into stripes and then into cubes.
  2. Cut the button mushroom into half, dice finely some of it, but also let’s leave part of it whole so that when eating it, we can feel the texture.
  3. To make use of the vitamins, cook the pasta with the broccoli water.
  4. To cook the button mushroom and capers sauce for the tagliarini pasta: pre heat the pan until it is very hot.
  5. Add the olive oil, and onion.
  6. Let it caramelize.
  7. Add the garlic and the button mushrooms.
  8. Add in the capers and black pepper.
  9. Add a little bit more salt, and the soy cream.
  10. Turn off the heat and let it finish frying by the heat of the pan.
  11. To decorate the dish, use a mould to make cookies. Set it in the center of the plate.
  12. Take the pasta, wrap it around it, adjust it so that it becomes a square like if it were a pit inside so that the nest is squared.
  13. Put the filling of button mushrooms with capers in the nest.
  14. Take out the mould and add the soy with the vegetables around it.
  15. Put some sesame on top of the button mushroom for decoration.
  16. Ready to be served.

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