Tater Tot Hotdish



The Vegan Stoner's Tater Tot Hotdish

17 comments:

Laura Clark said...

Making this immediately, holy heck!


Laura
http://thefoxtrails.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Wow, this looks tasty. I'm gonna have to try this!!

Pooky said...

I was just searching #feedly for #vegan bloggers, and noticed your website. I got to tell you right now, you are going to be my go to blogger for recipes from now on. :)

VeganLinda said...

I love your recipes, but I wish they had the number of servings listed. I just bought your cookbook for my 15 year old and he loves to cook, but is somewhat new to following recipes.

Saraz Special said...

Delicious i love it and also easy to make it ....
healthy veg recipes

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi VeganLinda — We do have servings listed in the book, right under the photos! It's easy to miss. Hope this helps — T.V.S.

Heather Webber said...

I am so making this as a "reward" after my next big race! One question. Is the cauliflower cooked before blending it with the nooch and broth!
This rocks! Thank you

Danielle M. said...

Ok, I have to ask. You're using the word "hotdish"... where are you from??? I can never find other people who use this word, and now I feel like I'm home <3 <3

James Rabe said...

LOVED it! I'm eating it for breakfast all week. My girlfriend and I had a tater tot hotdish weekend. Me in MN, she in Idaho. I followed this recipe, she used lentils instead of tofo. Both were great!

James Rabe said...

Also...I'd like to use the recipe image on my station blog (y105fm.com), but I need your approval.

Anonymous said...

Is the cauliflower cooked first before blending it?

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Heather Webber and "Anonymous" — Yes, cook the cauliflower in step 4 and blend it in step 5.

Hi James Rabe — Glad the recipe worked out for both of you. Lentils were a good idea. And feel free to share the image on your site. Let us know if you need a higher resolution.

Hi Danielle M. — The person who inspired this dish is from Minnesota. He makes it when he feels homesick. So glad you identified with it :)

Susannah (Lemon and Coconut) said...

Love this recipe, though would substitute the things I can't eat for things i can, and LOVE your site it's so unique and cool! :)

Holly Freuchen said...

Love this! You're so talented.

https://wearesavoury.wordpress.com/2016/02/13/congee-a-savoury-rice-pudding/

I have just become a vegan and I made this vegan congee with coconut milk and tofu!

low carb recipes said...

Wow! You made that graphic for this recipe? That's absolutely crazy but also awesome! I appreciate creative work like that :) Thank you for the recipe btw

Militza Norzagaray said...

OMGGGG looks soooooo good!
www.mylifeasmilitza.com

Cheryl said...

I love your infographic :). Made the recipes much easier to understand

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We read every comment (except spam) and try to respond to direct questions within a week. If we take longer, it is probably because you suggested something for the recipe or posed a problem, and we are re-making the recipe to double check its effectiveness. Thanks for the comments, and happy cooking! —The Vegan Stoner