Potatoes are one of those foods that are generally loved by many. It’s very rare to find someone that doesn’t enjoy potatoes in at least one of the many, many ways they can be used. That’s why the spud is so loved around the world. We’ve got the recipes to prove it too! Try these 15 delicious international potato recipes from the Food Monster App to take a trip around the world right in your kitchen this Fall!
1. Hungarian Twice-Baked Potatoes
Source: Hungarian Twice-Baked Potatoes
Unlike a traditional twice-baked potato, these Hungarian Twice-Baked Potatoes by Zsu Dever are flavorful not because of massive amounts of vegan butter and vegan cheese. They are flavored with a Hungarian twist by the addition of caramelized onions and Hungarian paprika. When scooping the inside of the baked potatoes use care and leave enough potatoes behind to ensure that the final product retains its shape.
2. Wild Garlic, Sauerkraut and Potato Pierogies With Sour Cream
There is so much flavor and love in these Wild Garlic, Sauerkraut and Potato Pierogies With Sour Cream from True Foods Blog! Make these for your friends and family to show them how delicious vegan meals are.
3. Green Chickpea and Avocado Bhel, Tamarind Chutney, and Puffed Black Rice
This Green Chickpea and Avocado Bhel, Tamarind Chutney, and Puffed Black Rice from BAAR BAAR makes for a perfectly delicious appetizer or snack. Full of flavor, satisfying and simply delightful!
4. Bombay Aloo Potatoes
Source: Bombay Aloo Potatoes
Bombay Aloo Potatoes aka Masala Potatoes is an easy to make, everyday curry that is great to serve with both rice or Roti. Flavored with spices and laced with sweet caramelized, this potato curry by Pavani Nandula is sure to be a family favorite.
5. Di San Xian: Fried Potato, Eggplant and Pepper in Garlic Sauce
Di San Xian is a very popular Shandong dish prepared with of stir-fried eggplant, potatoes, and peppers. It roughly translates to “Three Earthly Bounties” which is its main ingredients. This version by Raymund Macaalay is a must-try!
6. Tamarind Potato Curry with Sesame Seeds
Tamarind is used quite often in Indian cooking exactly for these properties, to give an acidic flavor to the dish. This Tamarind Potato Curry with Sesame Seeds recipe by Rakhee Yadav is delightfully tangy with some sugar thrown in to balance the tartness of this gorgeous fruit. It also forms a lovely union with the potatoes. This dish is a fine representation of not just how scrumptious vegan food is but also shows how many different ways you can cook potatoes.
7. Potato Kugel Cups
Source: Potato Kugel Cups
A traditional kugel is a casserole made from egg noodles or casserole. These lightened-up, oil-free mini Potato Kugel Cups by Annie Markowitz are made by spiralizing potatoes and combining it with onion, garlic, paprika, and cornstarch to hold it all together. They’re easy to whip up, savory, and satisfying.
8. Green Beans and Potatoes in Creamy Peanut Sauce
Thick, creamy, and full of flavor, these Green Beans and Potatoes by Alenoosh Matakupan are served in a peanut sauce with a hint of Asian flavor. The sauce is made from creamy peanut butter combined with sesame oil and sweet chili oil, then topped with chopped peanuts for extra crunch. The potatoes are soft and tender, the beans are tender-crisp, and the dish is perfect served over a bed of quinoa.
9. Chickpea Tikka With Bombay Potatoes
10. Malai Kofta: Potato Dumplings in Spiced Tomato Sauce
Today, we bring you one of our all-time favorite Indian dishes, vegan Malai Kofta by Renee Press. Traditionally, this dish is comprised of fried potato, veggie, and cheese meatball dumplings floating in a spiced tomato sauce. Served with rice or flat bread, it really is a treat. Of course, we modified this recipe to make it vegan and gluten-free. The dumplings are instead made with chickpea flour, potatoes, and an array of delicious spices. This veganized version is still creamy, rich, and full of all the fragrant flavors. Vegan Malai Kofta will be a new dinnertime favorite!
11. Indian Golden Mashed Potatoes With Curried Gravy
With potatoes, a blend of Indian spices, and peas as a garnish, these Indian Golden Mashed Potatoes by Melanie Sorrentino are kind of like a deconstructed samosa. Red potatoes are mashed with onion, cumin, mustard seeds, coriander, and turmeric. Then, they’re topped with a curry-inspired gravy made from tomatoes, coconut milk, and even more spices. Serve these Indian mashed potatoes with steamed vegetables and naan. It’s a wonderfully filling and flavorful meal.
12. Potato Roti
Source: Potato Roti
13. Slow Cooker Chickpea Cacciatore with Potatoes
Here’s a completely plant-based one-pot meal that will satisfy the hungriest at your table. This Slow Cooker Chickpea Cacciatore with Potatoes by Kathy Hester is filling and full of nutrients. The sauce and the rest of the veggies make a sauce that packs a flavor punch.
14. South-of-the-Border Potato Tacos
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A cheesy, caliente potato taco is delicious. A cheesy, caliente potato taco that’s fried is outta this world. You should serve creamy avocado sauce on the side of these South-of-the-Border Potato Tacos by Lane Gold (better just make a really big batch).
15. Herb-Infused White Sesame Curry With Red Potatoes and Mushrooms
In this recipe by Gunjan Dudani, roasted red tomatoes and sautéed mushrooms are served with an Herb-Infused White Sesame Curry With Red Potatoes and Mushrooms. Using tomato paste instead of whole tomatoes adds both a tangy flavor and texture that’s thicker than usual. Lastly, creamy coconut milk adds a smooth, silky taste. Serve this curry warm with steamed rice and a side of naan.
Loving these International potato recipes? You might also love these 15 Yummy Dairy-Free Potato Casseroles and Bakes, 15 Potato Entrees For a Delicious Dinner, and 15 Dairy-Free Mashed Potatoes and Veggie Mash Recipes!
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