Vegan Twice-Baked Potatoes Recipe (2024)

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AD

Halved the recipe and used real butter because that’s what I had on hand. (To my fellow home cooks who find reviews with such tweaks infuriating: I see you, I hear you, I am holding space for you on your healing journey.) Took a lot of time but very little effort as most of the cooking time was passive. Turned out pretty tasty! I was not in danger of needing to add more plant milk, as the recipe suggests - in fact, next time I’ll add less than called for to start out, as my mixture was very wet.

Robert L

I find that I can partially cook the potatoes in the microwave, then transfer to the oven to cut down on cooking time without loss of flavor or texture.

Tom sfba

Looks like a great recipe, love the roasted onions.Gout sufferers beware of the nutritional yeast, though. It’s a potent gout trigger.So, I will leave yeast out and sub in Parmesan cheese and chopped Kalamata olives to get the savory umami.

Tom sfba

There’s no need to coat the potatoes with oil for roasting. A bit of salt swirled in some water, amounts don’t matter, makes a perfect brine for roasting potatoes.Roll the spuds in the brine. Poke them with a fork a few times. Bake.In step5: Don’t over-mix. Add a bit of cornstarch slurry that you have boiled. Omit butter. Add more yeast and some garlic powder. The secret to mashed potatoes is to add starch water and not over-mix. When boiled, use the cooking water.

cnl

I've never known Russets to 'leak'. Sweet potatoes yes, big time, but russets?

Dr. Stevens

This recipe has no business being as good as it is! Though that is often the case with Ali Slagle’s recipes. Still I wouldn’t have tried this without the “nooch” love note from Tanya Sichynsky in this week’s veggie newsletter.I followed the recipe exactly and WOW!! Phenomenal!! Though it might have been a bad decision as my spouse proclaimed during cleanup that they never want potatoes any other way. :)Terrific flavor, easy/fun prep, and minimal cleanup! Great veg center-of-the-plate dish!

D

Because I wanted to simplify the process, I baked the potatoes, cut them in half and scooped them, and sautéed a shallot separately in neutral oil. Mixed all the ingredients as noted by the recipe, added some chopped parsley for color. They were delicious! We also made regular non-vegan ones, and I think these compared nicely. Plus it’s nice to get a break from an over abundance of cheese.

Dana

This was great! I baked the potatoes and roasted the onions one day, then finished preparing the dish the next. I was happily surprised how well it all came together. That also made the time investment feel more manageable.

stasia

Loved this, the only thing I may add next time is a bit of smoked paprika. I served it with peas and sautéed sliced vegan apple sausage. Yummy!

ANNA HEWAT

This was excellent. I added a bit more oil to the onions and added chili flakes to the mixture before baking and it was delicious!

Jon

Delicious, healthy dish, easy on animals and the environment.

CarlaB

Really enjoyed this! Made as directed minus the vegan butter because I didn’t have any on hand. Worked well as leftovers as well. Filled the scraped top skins with leftover filling.

Lynde

I am on a heart disease restricted diet and cannot have any oil. Is there a substitute or can it be omitted?

Tom sfba

There’s no need to coat the potatoes with oil for roasting. A bit of salt swirled in some water, amounts don’t matter, makes a perfect brine for roasting potatoes.Roll the spuds in the brine. Poke them with a fork a few times. Bake.In step5: Don’t over-mix. Add a bit of cornstarch slurry that you have boiled. Omit butter. Add more yeast and some garlic powder. The secret to mashed potatoes is to add starch water and not over-mix. When boiled, use the cooking water.

BlarneyTalker

Fry the potato skins

Kim H

A+ potatoes!

senorfuzz

Subbed vinegar with lemon bc it’s what I had on-hand and also subbed chopped olives for the yeast per the commenter below. Added some finely chopped preserved lemon to the milk mixture as well - delicious!

billfrog

AD, I love you!

Dr. Stevens

This recipe has no business being as good as it is! Though that is often the case with Ali Slagle’s recipes. Still I wouldn’t have tried this without the “nooch” love note from Tanya Sichynsky in this week’s veggie newsletter.I followed the recipe exactly and WOW!! Phenomenal!! Though it might have been a bad decision as my spouse proclaimed during cleanup that they never want potatoes any other way. :)Terrific flavor, easy/fun prep, and minimal cleanup! Great veg center-of-the-plate dish!

ap

What healing journey?

Robert L

I find that I can partially cook the potatoes in the microwave, then transfer to the oven to cut down on cooking time without loss of flavor or texture.

cnl

I've never known Russets to 'leak'. Sweet potatoes yes, big time, but russets?

Ruth

Russets can burst so always poke holes in them before baking.

Tom sfba

Looks like a great recipe, love the roasted onions.Gout sufferers beware of the nutritional yeast, though. It’s a potent gout trigger.So, I will leave yeast out and sub in Parmesan cheese and chopped Kalamata olives to get the savory umami.

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