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HTG Nutritional Yeast Flakes Toasted
NUTRITIONAL YEAST FLAKES - TOASTED
Nutritional Yeast Flakes is an inactive toasted yeast, providing a natural source of Vitamin B complex, protein and other goodness. With a cheese-like flavour, it's a great low sodium, chlolesterol-free alternative, providing great nutrition when added to a variety of meals.
How To Use
Nutritional Yeast is a great way to enhance the flavours in a dish! Add it to soups, stir-fries, dips, spreads or as seasoning for salads, vegetables and rice.
Growing and Processing
A select strain of the species Sarrcharomyces cerevisiae is grown on sugar beet molasses, inactivated and then roller drum dried into flakes.
Serving Size: 10g
Av per 100g
Energy (kj): 1640
Protein (g): 47
Carbohydrate (g): 19.8
Sugars (g): 12.4
Fat Total (g): 4.8
Fat Saturated (g): 0.9
Sodium (mg): 315
Fibre (g): 21.7
nUTRITIONAL YEAST MACARONI & CHEESE
Makes six to eight servings, Cook time: 20 minutes, Prep time: five minutes.
1/2 cup butter
1/2 cup white or wheat flour
1 tablespoon salt
1 tablespoon garlic powder
3 cups soy milk
1 pound pasta
Cook the pasta to taste in boiling water and drain.
Melt the butter on the stove.
Add the flour to the butter and stir rapidly.
Continue stirring as you add the soy milk, salt and garlic powder.
Let the mixture cook until it becomes thick and is at a rolling boil. Keep stirring.
Add the nutritional yeast flakes; then remove it from the heat.
Pour the "cheese" sauce over the pasta. Stir and serve.
To add a little more flavor to the sauce, you can put in soy sauce or mustard to taste.
Add more flour for a thicker sauce and more water for a thinner one. This sauce does not keep
well in the refrigerator, so it's recommended you use it all the same day.