Cheeze & Dill Potato Bake

Cheeze & Dill Potato Bake
It's easy to make a potato bake, even a vegan one. And if you slice the potatoes by hand, layering goes pretty fast (food processors do a great job, but the slices are so thin, you're layering forever) 🙂
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Cuisine: vegan
Recipe type: potatoes, side
Serves: 4
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You need
  • 700 gr potatoes, sliced in 1-2mm slices
  • Dill, preferably fresh
  • salt & pepper
  • 1 tbsp of veggie stock powder
  • garlic powder, plenty (or fresh garlic, I was just lazy)
  • ½ cup plus 2-3 tbsp of hemp milk (or a similarly creamy milk)
  • 1 log of Cheezly cheese (I used Blue Cheese), grated
  • ½ large onion, sliced
  • (gluten free) bread crumbs, enough to cover the top layer liberally
To do
  1. preheat oven to 200C
  2. spray or brush your oven dish with oil
  3. arrange the slices, slightly overlapping, covering the bottom
  4. add slices of onion and grated cheeze
  5. tear dill leafs on top, then a good sprinkle of garlic powder, stock powder, pepper and a little salt
  6. then start again; potatoes, onion, etc...
  7. finish the last layer with cheeze, a generous sprinkle of garlic powder and some salt, and then a layer of bread crumbs
  8. cover with foil, bake for 45 min, check if cooked (should be), then take foil off and bake for another 15 minutes or till nice and brown


Potato, Cucumber & ‘Sausage’ Salad

Potato, Cucumber & Sausage Salad

Potato, Cucumber & Sausage Salad

A lovely meal I decided to make when I didn’t have the energy to cook… funny that I ended up cooking 😉 But, it is a simple meal that doesn’t require a lot of work or thinking.

You need (for 1 portion):

♣     2 medium potatoes
♣     1 favorite vegan sausage
♣     about 3 centimeters of cucumber (or less potato and more cucumber, why not)
♣     a couple of olives
♣     fresh dill, a few sprigs
♣     1/4 small-medium onion
♣     toasted sesame oil to cook in
♣     a dash of olive oil
♣     a dash of truffle oil (or if you use the concentrated oil, less)
♣     salt & pepper to taste

You do:

– cube the potatoes and boil them with salt
– slice the sausage any way you like and fry the pieces in the sesame oil
– when potato cubes are done, drain and let cool down a bit (unless you want a warm salad)
– cut up onion and cucumber, chop the dill and olives
– sprinkle a little of olive oil on the potatoes, same for the truffle oil, toss to coat (taste and add more truffle oil if you like)
– then add everything to the potato, mix and serve. Or arrange sausage on the side 🙂

That’s all!