Traditional hollandaise sauce is thick, creamy and luscious. It's perfect over eggs, asparagus and any food you want to make more delicious instantly. Since making it requires the use of eggs this is a tough sauce to replicate if you are vegan. That was until this nifty video came along.
Vegan egg substitutes abound but they lack richness at times. That won't be the case when you use fresh cashew butter. To make the best vegan hollandaise sauce you'll want to soak the nuts overnight and puree them just before blending with Dijon mustard, turmeric and a few other ingredients.
This vegan hollandaise sauce has a nice tang thanks to fresh lemon juice, an essential ingredient in the traditional version of the sauce. Ready to get into the kitchen? Here's how to make it:
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