Vegan Lancashire HotPot

Diet & Weight Loss

Here’s a classic we first presented to you over a year ago-our take on a Vegan Lancashire Hotpot! 🙂 It’s been a recent lifesaver since the weather has taken a turn for the worst! Enjoy it some side green vegetables or topped with some nutritional yeast (so delicious!). We’ve updated this page and have now included an easy-print PDF version- so just go for it folks! 😀 Happy cooking!

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Serves: 6
Prep: 40-45 mins
Cooking Time: 25 mins
Type: Main Meal
Tools: Sieve, colander, non-stick pots w/lids, wooden spoon, chopping board, sharp knife, veggie peeler, casserole dish

Notes: This recipe contains: Vitamin A, B-Vitamins, Vitamins C & K, carbohydrates, protein, fibre, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium and per serving is low in added sugar, salt and fats!

Like some other great British recipes, a hotpot is somewhere between a stew and a casserole topped with potatoes! We know ours does not depict a true representation of a British hotpot; there’s no use of butter, beef, offal, lamb or mutton in this one were afraid to say! It is however still a very hearty, cheap and versatile dish that is not lacking in great flavours! Perfect for those that crave healthy, stodgy winter meals that can be shared by the whole family. 

Admittedly, we did overestimate the content…as you’ll see we needed more than one dish…

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