Vegan Rosemary & Garlic Roast Potatoes

These roast potatoes are so savoury and delicious, I can promise you will be craving them again. Completely naturally vegan and gluten-free, this recipe is healthy and a unique way to use up your potatoes, which are a natural carbohydrate choice. You can tailor them to your own liking size-wise, and choose whether you want to peel them first or leave the skin on (which is best as potatoes hold most of their nutrients just underneath the skin, and it will save you prep time). They are also much better for you than store-bought ready-made roasties and they are freezable too!

All in all, from start to finish, this dish takes between 1 hour, 30 minutes – 2 hours. You may even be happy in less time but I’ve obviously curated this recipe to how I like them, which is very well done with a browned, crunchy outer – full of flavour too! I would advise using a whole 1kg bag of white potatoes to serve three, but when I serve these badboys at home they are loaded up on and tend to serve two very generously. When in doubt, make more because as I mentioned already they can be frozen easily when cool and are super easy to re-cook – just put the frozen roast potatoes straight into the centre of the oven on Gas Mark 7 for about 30 minutes.


> 1kg White Potatoes of Choice

> Garlic Cloves, 5-6 (or more or less if you choose)

> 2 TBSP Fresh or Dried Rosemary

> 4 TBSP Olive Oil

> 1 TSP Salt

> 2 TSP Ground Black Pepper


1) Cube the potatoes (I prefer to do small cubes, but this is down to you). You can peel them if you choose, but again this is not necessary and it is better not to.

2) Cover the potatoes with cold water in a pot or pan and bring to the boil on a high heat. While waiting, add the other ingredients to a sizeable roasting/baking tray and place in the top of the oven on Gas Mark 7.

3) When the potatoes begin to boil, leave them for around 5 minutes before draining them throughly. Then empty into your tray, ensuring every potato is coated with oil and that they are as even as possible.

4) Leave to cook on Gas Mark 7 for around 60 minutes, ensuring you check on them after 30 minutes and mix them around so that they cook evenly. Once crispy/crunchy on the outside but soft on the inside, they are ready to serve. Bon appétit!

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