Hi and welcome back.
I hope you are doing well and not feeling ill. This week has been difficult for me; I’ve been unsure on what is happening with the Corona Virus and I am trying to stay upbeat. But it can be tough. If you are struggling, please speak to family or friends. Today I am sharing a go-to recipe in our house; my Gluten Free Dairy Free Potato Bake Recipe. It is such a simple meal but one we can all enjoy together, regardless of allergies. It is comfort food at its best, enjoyed on a lazy Saturday or perfect to freeze and enjoy during the week. What is your go-to comfort food? Mine always used to be pasta until I created this recipe. I hope you enjoy. C. -x-
My Gluten and Dairy Free Potato Bake Recipe
Gluten and Dairy Free Potato Bake
- 500 g Potatoes Peeled and thinly sliced.
- 300 ml Gluten Free Stock Cube Mixture
- 3 Slices Cooked bacon Sliced into smaller pieces.
- 2 Medium Leeks Peeled and sliced.
- 40 g Cheese (Dairy free option if required).
- 20 g Butter (Dairy free option if required).
- Pre-heat the oven to 180 Degrees Celsius.
- Add the stock to a large pan and boil for 3 minutes.
- Add the potatoes and 1 leek to the stock and boil for a further 12 minutes.
- Drain the potatoes and leeks, keeping the stock in a jar.
- Use the butter to grease a large baking dish.
- Layer the cooked potatoes and leeks and the uncooked leeks in the dish, adding stock as you go.
- Scatter over the cooked bacon and dairy free cheese if using.
- Cover with foil and bake for 30 minutes
- Serve with a mixture of freshly cooked vegetables.
There you go! My quick and easy Gluten Free, Dairy Free Potato Bake Recipe. Why not try adding peas, with the leek and potatoes to add extra veggies to the dish? Or adding sliced tomatoes instead of bacon for a vegetarian twist?
If you don’t need to be dairy free, why not try adding Red Leicester instead? This dish can be frozen too and be cooked straight in the oven for 20 minutes for a quick evening meal.
If you re-create this recipe, please let me know by tagging my on Instagram using #livingcoeliac or by sharing photos directly to my Facebook Page.
Stay safe this week and take care. Speak to you next week.