Gluten free, Vegan Fondant Potatoes

Gluten free, Vegan Fondant Potatoes

Fondant potatoes are traditionally cooked in butter and stock. How hard can this be to veganise? Not hard at all. Gluten free, Vegan Fondant Potatoes have a wonderful slightly salty, deep flavour and they melt in your mouth. They are rich and delicious.

Gluten free, Vegan Fondant Potatoes are easy to make and takes less than 30 minutes to make.

Gluten free, Vegan Fondant Potatoes are rich and unctuous and are a great side when you want to spoil yourself. They will go really well with Gluten Free Vegan Haggis for a special weekend meal or would work incredibly well as a side to a salad such as Warm Pear Salad.

Allergy Information – Gluten free, Vegan Fondant Potatoes

Gluten free, Vegan Fondant Potatoes are gluten-free, vegan as well as… celery free, coconut free, garlic free, lupin free, mustard free, nightshade free, onion free, peanut free, sesame free, soya free, tree nut free.

Top Tips – Gluten free, Vegan Fondant Potatoes

You can make these any shape or size you like as long as they have a flat top and bottom. Traditionally they are cut using pastry rings to make them round and then the edges are shaped. I turned mine and made mini ones with some quite small potatoes. Bigger potatoes will take longer to cook.

Recipe – Gluten free, Vegan Fondant Potatoes

Difficulty easy
Serves 4-6
Preparation time 10 minutes
Cooking time 20 minutes

Ingredients – Gluten free, Vegan Fondant Potatoes

4 medium/ large potatoes
100 grams vegan margarine (make sure it is suitable for frying)
150 millilitres vegetable stock

Method – Gluten free, Vegan Fondant Potatoes

1. Peel the potatoes, cut a flat top and bottom. Neatly shape the rest of the potato
2. Melt the margarine in a pan over a medium heat until it starts to foam. Place the potatoes in the pan and cook until golden on the bottom – approximately six minutes. Once browned turn over the potato and cook the other side until golden
3. Add the stock to the pan – careful it will splutter and splash. Cover and simmer gently until the potato is cooked – approximately 10 minutes. You may need to add a little more stock for larger potatoes and the cooking time will increase with the size of the potatoes
4. Carefully remove from the pan – they are rather delicate. Serve.


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