There’s nothing more comforting than a pile of buttery, garlicky mash and umami rich vegan gravy. So easy to make it doesn’t even require roux! We will top it with our favorite Vegan bacon from Thrilling foods.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
What is vegan mash?
Vegan mash and gravy is a vegan alternative to the traditional British dish of mashed potatoes and gravy.
Vegan mash & gravy is a vegan alternative to the traditional British dish of mashed potatoes and gravy. Mashed potatoes are mixed with vegan butter or margarine, vegetable stock, garlic, salt, pepper, and sometimes nutmeg. The mixture is heated in a pan until it can be mashed with a potato masher or whisked smooth. Vegan milk (soy milk) or cream (soy cream) are then added to make it creamy.
Vegan mash & gravy can be served as an accompaniment to roast dinners or other dishes that would traditionally be served with mashed potatoes. It can also be eaten on its own as a main dish if you’re feeling particularly hungry!
What is gravy?
Gravy is traditionally made by fat from meat or butter mixed with flour and whisked with stock until a velvety smooth sauce is made. We are gonna simplify this tedious process by using “slurry” a thickener made of water/stock and cornstarch/potato starch. Our gravy will just be made by sautéing some onions, mixing some stock, tamari and slurry. This method is surprisingly easy but you end up with a really exquisite and velvety sauce.
How to make Vegan mash & Gravy
Vegan Mash & Gravy
- 16 Oz Potato
- ½ Stick Vegan Butter
- 2 tablespoon Mushroom seasoning / Garlic powder
- 1 Bulb garlic
- 1 Bulb onion
- 2 tablespoon olive oil
- 2 Cups veg stock or water
- 1 tablespoon potato starch
- 2 tablespoon Tamari
- ½ Cup Oat milk
- Cook garlic in melted vegan butter and olive oil. Be sure to keep an eye on it for it burns quickly.
- Cut potatoes in cubes, boil them in a pot of salted boiling water for around 20 minutes or until fork tender. Strain and mash together with the butter garlic mixture. Adjust seasoning, saltiness and umami levels with seasonings you have on hand. Add oat milk to achieve desired consistency.
- Make gravy by sautéing finely sliced onions up until they are aromatic and translucent. Make slurry by mixing together tamari, Veg stock and potato starch. Add to the sautéed onions and keep on stirring on medium heat until it thickens. Adjust consistency by adding liquid if it turns out too thick.
- Sear Thrilling foods bakon. Feel free to cook whatever you have on hand. Maybe some vegan meatballs or loaf.
- Scoop a hefty amount of your velvety vegan mash. Pour some gravy and serve with bakon.