Sometimes the foods you put together in a hurry can have an unmatchable taste. This Cheezy Vegan Potato Rosemary Casserole was definitely one of them.
I was so hungry on Monday night and I hadn't even begun to think of what to make for dinner. Suddenly I remembered this delicious potato casserole thingy which we used to enjoy at Casa Piccola during our pre vegan days (yeah, apparently extreme hunger causes long forgotten favorite dishes to pop up in ones head). So I did a quick google search for vegan potato casserole and a whole bunch of recipes came up. I skimmed through a few of them and absorbed ideas. Then I walked into my kitchen and commenced slicing the large, organic potatoes I'd gotten from In The Pink last week.
Since I baked this at night, I wasn't able to get a good picture of the whole thing in the casserole dish. If you think the potatoes look good in this picture, you should have seen them fresh out of the oven. Yum!
Preheat oven to 215C/420F
For the potatoes:
3 Large Potatoes (scrubbed clean under running water and thinly sliced)
3 T Olive Oil
3 Cloves of Garlic (finely chopped)
1 T Fresh or Dry Rosemary (gently crushed)
Black Pepper (freshly crushed)
Put everything together in an oven safe dish, cover and toss well and keep aside.
For the creamy, cheezy béschamel sauce:
3 T C All Purpose Flour
3 T Daiya Vegan Mozzarella Cheeze
1 C Water
Lightly toast the all purpose flour in a dry pan on a medium-low flame.
Add the daiya, mix well and reduce the flame to low.
Slowly add water and keep stirring continuously until the sauce thickens and becomes creamy (there might be a few small lumps left but that's okay).
How to proceed:
Pour the sauce over the potatoes and mix well.
Cover the baking dish.
Place in the preheated oven.
Bake covered for half and hour.
Then uncover and bake for another twenty minutes.
Turn the oven off and leave the casserole inside for another ten minutes.
Serve hot drizzled with Tabasco sauce and freshly crushed pepper.
I want these NOW! I'm going to teleport over to your house... so be prepared with lots of cheezy potato goodness. :)ReplyDelete
i think there are some recipe u have to read to visualize the yummyness.. and this is one of them! all that saucy spicy baked potatoess... yummmmReplyDelete
Richa @Hobby And More Food Blog
This looks like comfort food heaven. I'm pinning (with the link back of course!), so I won't forget to make it.ReplyDelete
Wow! Another amazing recipe. My family adores anything with potatoes, so it would be a crowd pleaser at my house.ReplyDelete
Amber, come on over! :)ReplyDelete
Richa, thanks. Guess when food is my muse, I wax eloquent. haha
Kristen, cool! When you make it, do let me know how it turns out.
Hope, I hope you get to try it soon and your family loves it! :)