Here is a recipe for vegan hassleback potatoes which refers to the method of slicing the potato part way through before baking. This is such an easy recipe and a great way to end up with vegan baked potato chips that are soft and flavorful! These are great for Sunday football or if you are looking for another side to add to your Thanksgiving meal. Make this recipe vegetarian by adding some blu cheese crumbles to the top! Potatoes are a very traditional side for any holiday meal. Whether you prefer a traditional meal or you want to try something new this recipe is great for either. Plus, who doesn’t like potato chips on game day?! This impressive side dish is also perfect for dinner parties.
Delicious Vegan Hassleback Potatoes
- Idaho Baking Potatoes
- Roasted garlic
- Olive oil
How To Make Vegan Hassleback Potatoes:
- Preheat your oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.
- With a sharp knife, slice each Russet potato into thin slices without going all the way down to the cutting board. Do not cut all the way through, but far enough so the potato slices will fan out. Place on a baking pan or aluminum foil lined baking dish.
Mix the roasted garlic with the olive oil. Or if you want to make it easier use a roasted garlic olive oil. Pour this all over the potatoes and make sure it gets between the slices.
Grab your rosemary and put it on top of the potatoes and in between the slices. I love rosemary so I went a little crazy! This hasselback potatoes recipe is great with your favorite fresh herbs too like dill or thyme.
Hopefully your oven is preheated. Throw those guys in there for roughly 45 minutes. The sliced potatoes should start to turn golden brown and be tender and crispy all at the same time!
If you are not vegan, you can add some blu cheese crumbles on top of the hassleback potatoes and put them back in the oven for 5 for minutes.
Now, enjoy your tasty sliced baked potato! You will wonder why you never made tried a hasselback potato recipe before. They are so good!
Potato Hack: If you are in a hurry, you can save time by microwaving your potatoes before you slice and bake! If you microwave for about four minutes on each side and then you can reduce your baking time to about 20 minutes.
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Delicious hasselback potatoes are a fun new way to enjoy Idaho potatoes! What are you planning on cooking for this Thanksgiving? Do you prefer a traditional Thanksgiving meal? Would you try these vegan baked potato chips? Let us know what you end up cooking for Thanksgiving and be sure to share your pictures with us on social media at @familyfocusblog!