Today I’m sharing a Vegan Colcannon recipe from Hannah Kaminsky’s brand new book, Real Food Really Fast. It just happens to be perfect for Saint Patrick’s Day or any day you want a hearty veggie mash studded with greens. For me that is everyday!
The Cruciferous Colcannon is a mash of cabbage, kale, cauliflower, and broccoli. It’s naturally gluten-free and soy-free. Make it oil-free by water sautéing instead of using the oil. It’s been delicious every way I’ve tried it.
This recipe is from Hannah Kaminsky’s book Real Food, Real Fast. I got to know Hannah a few years ago on my Northwest tour. She joined in half way and we quickly became friends. Of course, sharing a room in a odd hotel brings people together fast.
There were good times too, especially all the vegan restaurants we ate in and the most wonderful day at a farmers market. Thanks Hannah!
Hannah’s known for her dessert recipes, but she made some amazingly fast and delicious savory recipes in this book. If you’re new to being vegan or just need to get dinner on your table in a flash, you are going to want a copy of this book!
Some of the recipes that are on my to-try list:
- Tofu Shakshuka
- Silky Matcha Miso Soup
- Artichoke Barbacoa
- Sausage Gumbo Burgers
Now I’m sure you’re hungry, so go make her Cruciferous Colcannon and let me know how you like it in the comments.
What is Colcannon?
Vegan Colcannon is an Irish dish that’s traditionally made with cabbage and potatoes. They both get boiled and then smashed together.
Is Colcannon Irish or Scottish?
Okay, you caught me! It’s really both and not just an Irish dish.
Can I Make Vegan Colcannon Without Oil?
You know I believe you can make anything without oil if you can’t have it in your diet. In this recipe for Vegan Colcannon all you need to do is water saute instead of using oil. How easy is that
What Do Vegans Serve on St. Patrick’s Day?
This Vegan Colcannon of course! Be sure to try these recipes too: