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Vegan Liquid Mozzarella Cheese Recipe No Nuts

Vegan liquid mozzarella cheese is a delicious and stretchy alternative for those seeking to add easy and affordable plant-based options to their everyday meals.

Great Tasting Vegan Cheese with Simple Ingredients, No Nuts!

With a super easy recipe and simple ingredients that don’t include nuts, you can create tasty homemade mozzarella cheese perfect for pizza, sandwiches, and other dishes. If you want to explore new vegan flavors, this liquid mozzarella cheese will be a delectable addition to your creations. So, embrace the art of vegan cheese-making and elevate your pizza nights and culinary adventures with this versatile and flavorful liquid mozzarella cheese.

Vegan Liquid Mozzarella Easy Plant Based Cheese Recipe

Liquid Vegan Mozzarella is Perfect for Pizza, Sandwiches, and More!

Vegan liquid mozzarella cheese offers a world of possibilities beyond pizza. This plant-based cheese has a stretchy texture and delicious flavor, making it an excellent choice for sandwiches, pasta bakes, and more. Spread it on sandwiches for a creamy and satisfying bite, or incorporate it into pasta bakes to create a gooey, melty delight.

Vegan Liquid Mozzarella Easy Plant Based Cheese Recipe

What You’ll Like About This Recipe

Easy: This recipe takes less than 15 minutes from start to finish and requires only a little blending and a bit of warming in a pot.
Delicious: You’ll be amazed by the cheesy flavor and stretchy, melty texture! It browns, too!
Versatile: This goes with so many things! I like this with pizza, of course, but you can also pour it on sandwiches or use it to make melty grilled cheese and even use it as a dip.

Vegan Liquid Mozzarella Easy Plant Based Cheese Recipe

Ingredients in Liquid Mozzarella

Potato Flakes are so simple in this recipe, giving the cheese its stretchiness and a lot of volume. Regular potatoes can be used but do tend to taste more strongly of potatoes.
Nutritional Yeast adds a lot of cheesy flavor.
Lactic Acid, Lemon Juice, and Vinegar are where this recipe gets its acid tang. Use what you have. Combining all three ingredients gives a complex flavor, but this recipe is still delicious with just lemon juice.
Miso Paste is a fermented Japanese seasoning made from soybeans, salt, and koji. It has a savory, umami flavor with a slightly salty and tangy taste, adding depth and complexity to dishes.
Salt is essential here … since “real” cheese is pretty salty, this needs at least a dash. But use to taste.
Oil is optional here. This recipe is better and more cheese-like with oil, but it’s undoubtedly also delicious without it.
Onion Powder and Garlic Powder make everything yummier!
Mustard: Just a touch, but it adds some great flavor.

Easy to Make!

This is so easy to make. Simply blend the ingredients until very smooth in a high-powered blender. Then pour into a medium saucepan and gently simmer over medium heat for a few minutes. That’s it.

Vegan Liquid Mozzarella Easy Plant Based Cheese Recipe

Use a spoon to dish out this creamy, pourable cheese or, even better, let it cool a bit and pour it into a squirt bottle.. Keep in mind that as the cheese cools, it will set up more and be thicker.

Vegan Liquid Mozzarella Easy Plant Based Cheese Recipe

Squirt it all over your favorite pizza. It will brown in the oven, just like “real cheese.”

Vegan Liquid Mozzarella Easy Plant Based Cheese Recipe

This vegan liquid mozzarella recipe ensures a stretchy cheese with a desired result that will impress vegans and non-vegans alike. So, get creative and enjoy the delightful flavors of homemade vegan liquid mozzarella cheese.

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Vegan Liquid Mozzarella RECIPE

Yield: 2 cups

Vegan Liquid Mozzarella Cheese Recipe No Nuts

Vegan Liquid Mozzarella Easy Plant Based Cheese Recipe

Vegan liquid mozzarella cheese is a delicious and stretchy alternative for those seeking to add easy and affordable plant-based options to their everyday meals.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 cup dried potato flakes
  • 2 cups water (plus more as needed for ease of blending)
  • 1/4 cup mild tasting oil (canola, etc)
  • 2 tablespoons melted coconut oil (can omit)
  • 3 tablespoons tapioca flour
  • 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast
  • 1 tablespoon white miso paste
  • 1 tablespoon onion powder
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon paprika
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoons vinegar
  • 1/4 teaspoon lactic acid
  • 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • 1/2 teaspoon white pepper (or black is fine, too)
  • 1 teaspoon salt

Instructions

  1. Place all the ingredients into a high-speed blender and puree until very smooth. Add more water for ease of blending, if needed.
  2. Pour the liquid moz cheese mixture into a heavy-bottomed pan and heat over medium heat until the liquid cheese comes to a gentle simmer. Let simmer gently for 3 to 4 minutes, stirring constantly, until thickened and somewhat glossy and stretchy.
  3. Pour, spoon, or use a squirt bottle to add this delicious cheese to pizza, sandwiches, and other dishes.
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SHHB
SHHB
9 months ago

Awesome recipe! ❤️

Mrs. B
Mrs. B
9 months ago

I would love to try this, but cannot eat soy. Are there any other alternatives to miso? Also, I cannot eat gluten, yeast (for baking bread) or corn. Thank you.

Birdy
Birdy
9 months ago
Reply to  Mrs. B

@Mrs. B, There are non-soy types of miso. I’ve had chickpea and barley. Both were delicious, and tasted just like soy miso when added to recipes. It adds so much additional flavor, besides just the salt, that it’s worth trying to find the alternative types.

Tabia
Tabia
7 months ago
Reply to  Mrs. B

@Mrs. B, there is a chickpea miso

joe
joe
1 year ago

What are potato flakes? Can I use regular potatoes instead of the flakes? If affirmative how much? Tks

Lisa Viger Gotte
Lisa Viger Gotte
1 year ago
Reply to  joe

@joe,

Hi Joe!

Potato flakes are dehydrated mashed potatoes that usually come in boxes. I love them for just making mashed potatoes, and they work really well in vegan cheese recipes because they’re starchy but milder flavored than regular potatoes.

And YES, you can use regular mashed potatoes. Just add 1 to 1 1/2 cups of mashed potatoes and then adjust the water (approximately 1 to 1 1/2 cups) to make a thick but liquid mixture.

Here’s a link to potato flakes on Amazon https://amzn.to/3MHVCUU but you should be able to find them in any local grocery. I usually find them in the same aisle as the dry rice and beans.

Let me know how it turns out!

joe
joe
1 year ago

Is lactic acid essential? Cannot get ugh!

Lisa Jenkins
Lisa Jenkins
1 year ago

The ingredients are stated in the article but the actual recipe is not showing. I would love to try this one. Thanks.

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