Holidays? You have amazing casseroles. Summer vacations? Grilled potato steaks have your back! Fattening Fridays? Try baked fries and burgers! Sophisticated parties? Potato bites as an entré.
Complete mental break down? Creamy mashed potatoes with cheese will comfort you every time.
Which one calls to you the strongest? You can always integrate amazing mains with a side of potato salad or so on, so check out our favorite top vegan recipes for the best combinations!
Heaven knows I feel comforted just at the sight of such variety, spreading the vibe is what seems right here!
We proudly bring you our potato roundup and hope you love each and every recipe!
Table of Contents
Pleasing Potato Recipes
- Crispy Potato Bites
- Mini Pizza Potato Skins
- Golden Mashed Potatoes
- Saffron Mashed Potatoes
- Mashed Potato and Poblano Flautas
- BBQ Lentil Mashed Potato Bowls
- Potato Tacos with Carrot Slaw
- Cheesy Potato Wedges in the Air Fryer
- Breakfast Potato Hash
- Guacamole Potato Skins
- Cheesy Potato Kale Soup
- Potato, Black Bean and Avocado Burritos
- Potato Salad with Pesto
- Potato Cauliflower Latkes with Horseradish Sauce
- Curried Peas with Spiced Potato Mash
- Yukon Gold Potato Soup
- Cauliflower Potato Leek Soup
- Potato and Green Bean Salad with Dill Ranch Dressing
- Creamy Rosemary Potato Focaccia Soup
- Cheesy Smoky Chipotle Potato Cabbage Soup
- Potato Wedges with Avocado Ranch
- Irish Potato Candy
- Healthy Potato Salad
- Greek Potato Salad with Tofu Feta
- Instant Pot Mushroom Potato Korma
- Oven Baked Potato Wedges Recipe with Guacamole
- Baked Potato Stuffed with Guacamole
- Chorizo and Potato Tacos with Salsa Verde
- Potato and Onion Galette with Rosemary and Pine Nuts
- Potato with Roasted Poblano Tacos
- Potato Tacos with Brussels Sprouts Slaw & Homemade Quinoa Tortillas
- Oven Baked Crispy Potato Wedges with Tandoori Masala Rub and Cucumber Avocado Lime Dip
- Potato Chip Crusted Chicken Nuggets with Fry Sauce
- Herb Roasted Potato and Arugula Salad
- Slow Cooker Potato Curry Chili
- Potato Salad
- Savory Potato Breakfast Bowl
- Loaded Baked Potato Bowl
- Easy Creamy Potato Soup
- Broccoli and Potato Soup
- Colombian Potato Soup
- Rosemary Garlic Roasted Potatoes
- German Potato Salad
- Creamy Potato Salad with Sautéed Lemon Asparagus
- Hungarian Potato Casserole
- Potato Salad with a Green Herb Dressing
- Creamy Potato and Thyme Gratin
- Vegan Lentil Cottage Pie
- Potato and Mixed Veggie Balls
- Chickpeas and Greens Stuffed Baked Potato
- Wrapping Up
Pleasing Potato Recipes
Crispy Potato Bites
This dish makes a great appetizer for any celebratory event party you’re throwing!
Soft potatoes are baked to a crisp in batter, then topped with a delicious bean whip made from white beans, tahini, lemon juice, and other herbs.
The best part about this recipe is how pocket-friendly it is. You don’t have to dent your savings to whip up a scrumptious snack.
These crispy potato bites look really cute when served and will win hearts with their taste!
Mini Pizza Potato Skins
I’d start wars over a good pizza and I mean it. Somehow, this recipe makes a very good combination for those game nights where you want to load up on junk food without gaining fat.
Potatoes are boiled and scooped from the middle to make a place for the pizza fillings like cherry tomatoes, a blend of tahini and cheese, and chives. The pizza sauce is made out of sun-dried tomatoes.
Since these pizzas scoop aside quite a lot of potato, you can save the rest to make hash browns or a mash!
Golden Mashed Potatoes
The ultimate comfort food to make you feel all warm and cozy has a name and it’s called mashed potato!
This recipe is an Indian twist on the original and will have everyone running back for second servings, so you better make a lot!
Boiled and mashed potatoes are mixed into a frying pan with olive oil, turmeric, cumin, and other spices.
Soy milk is added to bring the mash to a silky consistency.
Garnish with coriander while you serve them and enjoy!
Saffron Mashed Potatoes
This recipe has a hint of exotic saffron to it which makes instant fans out of adults and kids alike.
Mashed potatoes are seasoned with garlic, salt, and pepper while the coconut milk, margarine, and almond milk give it a very smooth texture.
A few strands of saffron soaked in milk bring out a subtle yet lovely flavor; do use great quality saffron as it’ll make all the difference.
The other kind doesn’t have any flavor and you won’t get the desired effect.
Mashed Potato and Poblano Flautas
These lovely flautas are a perfect way to show how plant-based Mexican food can taste amazing.
Tortillas are filled with a yummy potato mixture made of sautéed onions, poblano chile and spices like cumin seeds, garlic, and pepper.
Garnish the mixture with cilantro and chopped olives if you want.
These rolls are baked until they’re a perfect golden-brown and can be served with a spicy dip of your choice!
BBQ Lentil Mashed Potato Bowls
This drool-worthy recipe takes mashed potatoes up a notch in the competition.
The bowl consists of three parts that are creamy potato mash, spiced red lentils and sautéed broccoli making it a wholesome dish for an early dinner.
The barbecue inspired sauce is made of paprika, vinegar, and cayenne whisked with sesame oil.
They can also be stored conveniently so the leftovers can be used for lunch the following day.
Potato Tacos with Carrot Slaw
You ever keep watching MasterChef or similar shows and wish you could recreate a vegan version of those dishes at home?
Well, Kevin went ahead and did just that and it looks very impressive.
This is a pretty simple recipe; the tacos are stuffed with delicious mashed potatoes and a carrot slaw made with onions, cilantro, and lemon juice.
These are quick to make and will be a great evening snack for you and the kids!
Cheesy Potato Wedges in the Air Fryer
Comfort food is a must-have in your books because life just seems more stressful nowadays.
Juggling a demanding job with studies or a family calls for a meltdown once in a while; it’s all right, we’ve all been there. Good thing recipes like these exist to make it all better.
Potato fingerlings seasoned with pepper and garlic powder aren’t oily since they’re air-fried. The cheesy sauce is cashew cream spiced with turmeric, paprika, and salt.
The lemon juice gives a zing to the wedges. Grate vegan mozzarella if you want extra texture!
Breakfast Potato Hash
Happy breakfasts make me have a happy day!
Anything that’s wholesome, comforting and keeps my stomach full for a long time earns my respect as I tend to go from hungry to hangry really quick!
This recipe uses a combination of white potatoes, sweet potatoes, and onions.
Seasonings like garlic and pepper are added for a simple flavor; the butter gives the dish a very smooth and hearty taste you’ll appreciate.
You can add a side of beans or sautéed fresh veggies, too.
Guacamole Potato Skins
Party foods like these are fun because they’re familiar yet a bit experimental.
The good news? This is another no-waste recipe.
The boiled potatoes which are scooped out to make a place for the fillings are used in, well, the filling.
The guacamole is made of mashed potatoes, avocado and lime juice with cumin, garlic, cayenne, and other ingredients.
I’d sprinkle plant-based parmesan all over those babies to make them extra yummy!
Cheesy Potato Kale Soup
I like Emilie for her lovely recipes and pun bombs! This recipe, in her words, is soup-er and I couldn’t agree more!
Chunks of potatoes are cooked in the vegetable broth along with sautéed onions and garlic. The mix is thrown into a blender and puréed.
The surprise healthy ingredients are white beans and nutritional yeast. The seasonings are gentle on your taste buds so you can appreciate the kale wilts in the soup.
A few slices of garlic bread and you’re all set for dinner!
Potato, Black Bean and Avocado Burritos
Burritos are fun to eat and compact. They make the perfect lunch and meal for fussy kids as well!
The recipe calls for red peppers, black beans, avocados and more. The potatoes are boiled, chopped and fried with chili powder, cumin and tomatoes among other seasonings.
Why not use vegan sour cream or a lime hummus as a dip to accompany the burritos?
Potato Salad with Pesto
If you’re interested in gardening and excited about natural produce, what could be a better way to use them than in a salad?
This recipe uses fresh greens and veggies along with sprouts. The potatoes are baked and heaped with a yummy garlic pesto.
The leftovers are mixed with lemon juice and drizzled all over the veggies to give them a zesty freshness. Perfect!
Potato Cauliflower Latkes with Horseradish Sauce
Thinking of switching things up to make it more interesting in the kitchen? For a Sunday brunch, why not try this recipe?
The latkes are crunchy, crispy and healthy yet far away from any tags that would quality it as junk food.
Grated potato, cauliflower, and parsley are mixed with flour and breadcrumbs to make little patties.
They’re pan-fried to a crisp brown and coupled with a homemade horseradish sauce. Delicious!
Curried Peas with Spiced Potato Mash
Indian recipes make me puff up with pride like a domestic pigeon—we’re sentimental like that!
The mashed potato in this one is called “aaloo ka bharta” and has an eggplant version as well.
Though a traditional bharta involves roasting the vegetable before it is mashed and spiced, this one tastes just as great!
The curried peas have such dramatic flavors to it that you’ll cook it at least once a week.
The base is tomato puree, onions, and creamy coconut milk. What more could you possibly want!?
Yukon Gold Potato Soup
You know a few recipes give me chills, this is one of them! This soup made me shiver in glee because of its ptexture and wholesomeness.
Ever heard of a simple, clear soup being substantial? This one is!
The soup base is light vegetable stock in which potatoes are boiled with herbs like thyme, sage, and pepper. Vegan butter gives a little extra love to the soup and that’s it!
I can imagine myself sitting with a bowl of this yummy goodness on a cold evening.
The potatoes would keep me full but a side of sautéed veggies could add to the meal if you need more.
Cauliflower Potato Leek Soup
Yet another creamy-smooth soup to warm my chilled soul. I’m usually a sunny person, but like all of us, sometimes I have bad days.
Good soul food always brings me back and this is what we have here.
Made from sautéed and pureed veggies like gold potatoes, cauliflower, leek and more, it’s not only nutritious but also hearty courtesy of the seasonings.
Herbs like garlic, thyme, basil and several others are added to offer a soup bursting with flavor to fix your mood and hunger at the same time!
Potato and Green Bean Salad with Dill Ranch Dressing
This recipe is your go-to if you’re trying to make the best out of the last few days of summer.
The base of the salad is a rich cashew cream and coconut milk.
Garlic along with the holy trinity of herbs, namely dill, chives and parsley gives a lovely flavor to the dressing.
The veggies are simply boiled, cut and mixed with the dressing and other seasonings.
Talk about simple and efficient!
Creamy Rosemary Potato Focaccia Soup
Try this for comfort food! The fragrance of rosemary makes everything feel better.
In this recipe, veggies like potato and carrot are added along with sautéed onions, rosemary, and garlic.
These are boiled in water and pureed to a smooth soup that’ll be ready in very short time.
You can also add a dash of lime for freshness.
Cheesy Smoky Chipotle Potato Cabbage Soup
Cheese in a soup? Forget the word comfort—this is joy in a bowl right here! It also helps that the recipe doesn’t take too long to prepare.
The soup is simple where you sauté onions and celery along with other veggies to blend just half of the mix.
The chipotle sauce is also made from scratch and adds a smoky-cheesy flavor to the soup.
You can have a bowl of this goodness with whole wheat crackers.
Potato Wedges with Avocado Ranch
This recipe makes a great alternative for all the unhealthy potato chips and fries doused in oil out there.
The wedges are baked with pepper and salt with the skins intact for a crispy texture. The avocado ranch is also homemade and tastes delicious when coupled with this snack.
You can also add other baked veggies like broccoli, carrots, and others if you want to go all out.
Irish Potato Candy
My left eye twitched when I imagined this recipe! But my mother taught me not to judge things before giving them a chance, and I’m glad she did.
Potatoes are generally neutral in taste so they pretty much absorb whatever you add to them.
Here, the candies use mashed potatoes mixed with vanilla infused bourbon, maple syrup, and shredded coconut. The mix is rolled into little balls and coated in dark chocolate.
Use coconut sugar instead of maple syrup if you prefer.
Healthy Potato Salad
Back to all the kids and adults who don’t eat their greens, this recipe corrects this instantly!
The salad is made of potatoes baked with olive oil and rosemary. The spinach leaves are fresh and the sunflower seeds add a bit of crunch to the dish.
The vinaigrette is sour and zesty which cuts out the flavor most kids aren’t fond of in spinach.
I would use tender baby spinach leaves since their flavor is more neutral.
Greek Potato Salad with Tofu Feta
Greek cuisine inspired dishes are always full of love and light and they’re perfect for summer evenings!
This recipe, too, will enhance your happy mood.
The tofu is the star of the salad; it’s marinated in lemon juice, dill, olive oil, and seasonings while the potatoes boil.
Other veggies like tomatoes, cucumbers, onions and more are chopped and added to the bowl along with the potatoes, tofu and the marinade.
Serve with your favorite bread for a great meal!
Instant Pot Mushroom Potato Korma
Kormas take a lot of time and effort to cook, so I was surprised to see how this one takes under 20 minutes!
The recipe uses a blend of fresh and dried mushrooms. The base of the dish is pureed cashews with fried onions, poppy and sesame seeds.
The potatoes and mushrooms are boiled in the mushroom stock with garam masalas.
Once the cream is added to the pot, you just need to wait it out.
It’s best enjoyed with naan bread, just like how a korma should be!
Oven Baked Potato Wedges Recipe with Guacamole
There are so many baked potato recipes out there, yet never enough!
Every single one of them probably has something different that makes them taste fantastic, like this recipe.
The potato wedges are baked with your choice of seasonings and balsamic vinegar.
Since it hardly takes any time to make a batch, you can go ahead and make a lime, mint and avocado dipping sauce to go with these.
Baked Potato Stuffed with Guacamole
For the love of Mexican comfort food, you need to try this one yourself!
You’ll be glad you came across this recipe because it might just be what your cookbook has been missing all along.
The only ingredients you need are potatoes and guacamole. Once your potatoes are baked, scoop out the middle portions to fill them with yummy guacamole and you’re all set!
Chorizo and Potato Tacos with Salsa Verde
You’ll absolutely love serving these for your next Taco Tuesday. The recipe is simple, quick and tasty enough to have the entire platter wiped clean!
Soy chorizo is a taco meat replacement we use that has a great texture and bite to it. The soyrizo is sautéed with onions and garlic along with boiled potatoes.
The salsa verde is made from scratch using tomatillo and jalapeños.
Remember, you can always choose your own taco toppings!
Potato and Onion Galette with Rosemary and Pine Nuts
Technically, this is a pastry simplified into a pie. Yes, you read that right! I hope you’re curious because the dish tastes very different from what you’re used to getting from potatoes!
The pastry base is made from scratch with three types of flour. The galette is made from sliced potatoes and red onions sprinkled with herbs and seasonings.
This can be made far in advance as it freezes well.
Potato with Roasted Poblano Tacos
Taco Tuesdays keep getting more competitive and yet fascinating with such original recipes. If you love spice, this one will have you by your taste buds!
The ingredients consist of roasted poblano peppers. Strips of these peppers are added to sautéed onions with herbs like oregano and garlic along with chunks of boiled potato.
You can make an extra batch to refrigerate for the next day as the fillings reheat really well.
Potato Tacos with Brussels Sprouts Slaw & Homemade Quinoa Tortillas
These are the most colorful tacos I’ve set my sight on; the presentation is just so beautiful and mouth-watering!
They’re homemade and fluffy, using quinoa flour. The filling is made from beans and potatoes along with other ingredients like tomatoes, cilantro, and seasonings.
The Brussels sprouts are sweet and savory and creamy.
Combined together, the three parts make a very good looking and delicious team!
Oven Baked Crispy Potato Wedges with Tandoori Masala Rub and Cucumber Avocado Lime Dip
The title of this dish is fit for royalty; you’ll run out of breath before you reach the last word! The name might be long but the recipe is pretty simple and straightforward.
The potato wedges are first steamed until half-cooked and then baked with a tandoori masala and lime juice coating.
The dip tastes fresh and lively due to the combination of cucumber and lime with avocado.
Garnish the potatoes with cilantro for an authentic tandoori effect.
Potato Chip Crusted Chicken Nuggets with Fry Sauce
It’s always fun to find replacement dishes to popular non-vegetarian foods!
This recipe recreates crispy nuggets loved by everyone; I’m sure you’ll appreciate an addition to your party starter dishes!
The nuggets are made of chickpeas, panko bread and wheat gluten mixed with poultry seasoning. The crust consists of crushed potato chips for that crunchy texture.
Mayonnaise, pickle juice, ketchup, and herbs are mixed together for the fry sauce; you can use it as a dip for other dishes as well!
Herb Roasted Potato and Arugula Salad
Everything about this salad screams fresh and summery!
In this recipe, potatoes are halved and tossed with olive oil, fresh herbs, salt, and pepper.
They’re also sprinkled with garlic before being baked until crisp on the outside and creamy inside. Once done, all that’s left to do is toss them with fresh arugula.
You can add a lime and olive oil vinaigrette if you want to add more flavor.
Slow Cooker Potato Curry Chili
Slow cooker dishes are time-consuming but worth the wait. This recipe will give you a savory, spicy and hearty chili fit to welcome winters with open arms.
Veggies like russet potatoes, bell peppers, onions and more are stirred in the pot with spices like chili powder, curry powder, and smoked paprika.
Canned pinto and black beans help to make the dish wholesome and rich.
Serve yourself a bowl with steamed rice garnished with cilantro.
This recipe is perfect to wow your guests with! They would never be able to tell it’s vegan and then you can shock them with the facts!
What I like about this one is how you can use leftover veggies. There’s no fuss and it always tastes great.
The cashew mayo is what holds the salad together; it is made using cashew cream, ground mustard, and lime juice among other ingredients.
This also tastes great cold!
Savory Potato Breakfast Bowl
Hippie bowls are trending like wildfire these days. I wanted to know what the fuss was all about and then I had a look at this recipe.
It’s safe to say I expect myself to power through my day after such a filling and nutritious meal.
The dish has a bit of everything; baked veggies like potatoes, mushrooms, onions along with veggie sausages. Tofu cubes are pan-fried with salt and pepper.
The bowls are served hot with a few slices of avocado to make the perfect lunch or dinner.
Loaded Baked Potato Bowl
It’s really convenient when you have a food bowl for lunch, the meal is balanced and you don’t have to worry about sides since everything you need is already there!
This recipe is simple yet delicious, I’d eat it for breakfast instead of lunch and you’ll understand why.
Baked potatoes aren’t the only goodies in this one.
You’ll find broccoli and vegan bacon as well! See, breakfast material!
Add a couple tablespoons of queso with diced tomatoes and green onions for a filling meal!
Easy Creamy Potato Soup
I think I speak for all of us when I say we eat with our eyes before we actually taste a dish.
This soup looks absolutely gorgeous in a bowl with all the toppings and garnish. The very color of the creamy mix is appealing and warm.
Being a simple recipe, the cook time is just 15 minutes. Cashews, carrots, and potatoes are sautéed and blended with other ingredients like turmeric, cayenne, garlic powder and more.
The garnish includes potato cubes, vegan bacon bits, and cheddar cheese.
Broccoli and Potato Soup
Planning a detox diet? You could start with this recipe if you lead a busy life with no time to snack.
It’s a healthy and filling meal and does its job well.
All the veggies like potatoes, shallots, broccoli and more are cooked first to be blended into a soup. The seasonings are simple because of the magic cubes.
Most of the flavor lies in the vegetable stock cubes, which pack a lot of taste for their tiny size.
They can even be used in lovely curries to make your job easier. Talk about bath bombs for soups, huh?
Colombian Potato Soup
I had never heard of Ajiaco before this and I’m happy I was introduced to it. The recipe isn’t just another soup, it’s a full experience of its own.
This is a hearty dish that almost has an overload of flavors—but not quite! It’s just enough to make you an instant fan.
The traditional has two indigenous ingredients which are buttery Andean-grown potatoes and the herb guascas.
You’ll also find corn on the cob in the toppings along with other veggies.
The soup is served with avocado, Columbian salsa, table cream and a few others that have their own unique flavor and texture to lend.
Rosemary Garlic Roasted Potatoes
Do you have random cravings for potato snacks? Put the chips down and try this one, it’s healthier and yummier!
Diced yellow potatoes are tossed with lime juice, rosemary and olive oil to be baked to a crispy golden color.
The next step isn’t that complicated; just toss the potatoes in a bowl with lime zest and cilantro.
You can always use a barbecue sauce or avocado mint dip with boiled veggies to make it a substantial meal rather than just a snack.
German Potato Salad
The Germans are good at so many things, what’s one more delightful salad to them? Like all their handiwork, this recipe is perfection.
The flavor of the recipe comes from the potatoes; they’re boiled with bay leaves, so the stock retains all the taste.
Tempeh bacon and onions are the other ingredients that add to the texture of the dish.
Chives and parsley garnish always make a potato dish glow, so be generous!
Creamy Potato Salad with Sautéed Lemon Asparagus
Another trivia about myself: I’ve never seen red potatoes in person, yet!
They’re not grown in India and aren’t used in Indian households. This makes me drool about them even more!
This recipe looks simple but it tastes anything but!
The cream has a mystery ingredient you’ll never guess: silken tofu! The texture of the sauce blends perfectly with the potatoes and the asparagus adds crunchiness to the dish.
You can also use toasted sunflower seeds along with the almond flakes for more texture!
Hungarian Potato Casserole
The Hungarians knew what they were doing when they gifted us all with a holiday special dish.
This casserole recipe is wholesome, hearty and festive; also perfect to introduce your friends to how cool vegan food can taste!
There are three parts to the dish, which are, the vegan eggs, sour cream and sausage crumble. All of these are made from scratch and take just about an hour to cook and plate.
The leftovers taste even yummier if that’s possible, so you’re all set for the next day’s lunch as well!
Potato Salad with a Green Herb Dressing
A change in dressing can transform a person entirely and the same goes for salads as well!
Lame jokes apart, this simple salad turns fancy and restaurant grade because of the scrumptious dressing.
Do yourself a favor and make a lot of it so you can use it with other dishes as well!
The recipe sports ingredients like veggies, bell peppers, black beans and more. The zesty-sweet herb dressing is prepared with parsley, dill, and green onions among others.
You can also use mint leaves since they’d complement the salad very well.
Creamy Potato and Thyme Gratin
The perfect dish to carry to a dinner party is here to earn you a few new worshippers.
The recipe looks elegant and has a very neat presentation, just like sophisticated dinner parties!
There are two aspects to the dish, the sauce and the gratin. They’re a bit time consuming so you’ll have to prepare them well before time. The end results are stunning.
The ingredients are pretty much set so you can double or half them according to the serving size you desire.
Vegan Lentil Cottage Pie
I have a cousin who was obsessed with pie as a child. Every Christmas, she’d eat her weight’s worth and still have the energy to scream, “Bring me more pie!”
Yes, there were tantrums involved when her mother said no. I don’t blame her, pies are wonderful and this recipe is something she’d love to fight over.
The filling is made of lentils cooked with veggies and herbs while the crust is potato mash. This is as festive as a Christmassy pie could get.
I doubt you’ll have a place for boiled veggies for sides, so it’s a stand-alone showstopper!
Potato and Mixed Veggie Balls
I haven’t eaten batata vadas in ages! I blame my childhood. I binge ate them during my summer vacation when I was 13.
The result? A flabby belly. Trust me, it looks very weird on a skinny child! So now, I only indulge myself once in a few months.
The recipe is a healthier take on the original as it uses a mix of blended veggies and mashed potatoes with a few Indian masalas.
The veggie balls are dipped in chickpea flour batter and fried.
Chickpeas and Greens Stuffed Baked Potato
Russet potatoes are the best to use when you’re talking about stuffed dishes since they have a lot of room.
You can get a good amount of filling inside without having to cut and scoop too many potatoes and wasting time.
The filling is made from chickpeas sautéed with garlic and spices. Greens like spinach or arugula make it an extra nutritious dish.
The dash of lime juice gives a zing to the mix and you can also top it with chili flakes for the extra bite.
I think these potato-based recipes alone are enough to keep you busy and happy for at least an entire month, no?
We loved putting this roundup together as potatoes are such humble vegetables yet far away from the peasant status they get.
They deserve a special spot in every recipe book and these recipe developers gave them exactly that.
The ability to combine certain ingredients to bring out the best in potatoes is why these folks are such experts!
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