How to make vegan potato pizza without eggs
Even if it doesn’t include eggs or cheese, this potato gateau is delicious: here’s how to make vegan potato pizza!
The vegan potato pizza can really have a thousand variations. After all, even once remove the eggs and cheesesyou can always range a lot with your imagination, choosing the vegetables you prefer, or perhaps opting for tofu or seitan.
In this recipe we have used vegetable béchamel, made from soya milk. This will make the gateau very creamy and tasty, and will have nothing to envy to the classic one prepared with eggs!
Preparation of potato gateau without eggs
- Start by preparing the bechamel. Melt the soy butter in a saucepan, then turn off the heat and mix the melted soy butter with the 0 flour, creating a roux. Separately, heat the soy milk and then pour it slowly into the roux, stirring constantly until it reaches the density you want. Season with salt, pepper and nutmeg.
- Boil the potatoes starting with cold water, then peel them and pass them in the potato masher. Mix part of the béchamel sauce with the mashed potatoes, spiced with a hint of cinnamon.
- Spread a little béchamel on the bottom of the pan, then pour the mixture, mash it and then distribute what remains of the vegetable béchamel, breadcrumbs and dried oregano on the surface. Bake a 180°C for about 40-45 minutes.
Serve your vegan potato pizza piping hot, but it will also be excellent the next day, if stored correctly in the fridge. Accompany it with a pear, walnut and pomegranate salad!
ENJOY YOUR MEAL!
The dish made following our recipe of preserves in the refrigerator for 2-3 days, inside the pan where you cooked it and well covered with transparent film or aluminum foil. You can also transfer everything into a container with an airtight lid. We do not recommend freezing.
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