I got the recipe here, but it’s from the Middle Eastern Vegetarian Cookbook by Salma Hage. If you leave out the labneh as I did, it is a one-pot vegan meal.
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I kind of started with this recipe, but I wasn’t in the mood for sweet potatoes so I used ordinary potatoes. I also didn’t have any shallots, so I substituted red onion. So in the end, it was probably a completely different dish.
This was part of my ongoing attempt to find ways to prepare Brussels sprouts, given my lack of fondness for the vegetable. Sadly, while I found the potato part fine, this was not the recipe to overcome my opinion of Brussels sprouts.
This is quite a fancy name for what is basically cabbage and potatoes. I reduced the cheese significantly, using it only for a topping and not mixing it in. I also used more Savoy cabbage and less potato. Mainly I decided to make this as I had leftover buttermilk and potatoes.
Potatoes and peas are cooked with onion, garlic, dill, lemon juice and wine in this recipe. (Be sure to get a vegan wine if you want the recipe to be vegan.)
Here’s the recipe for runner beans and potatoes in a coconut milk curry.
I used a recipe from Short-Cut Vegetarian by Lorna Sass as a guide. The recipe calls for leeks to be cooked in olive oil, then for cubed potato, Dijon mustard, water, salt, and vegetable stock powder to be added. Cabbage is added later, and the dish is finished with pepper.
I opted for different proportions of leek and potato than the recipe recommended (more leek, less potato). I also added extra mustard. I can see why the author recommended red-skinned potatoes, as the dish is rather bland in appearance, but I was unable to find them. I also added a bit of minced garlic to the leeks.