Today I didn’t have to go to the office.
So I decided to make lunch for myself and my husband, who is working from home as usual.
I happened to have some potatoes I wanted to use, so I decided to make a “breakfast” plate for lunch.
This is one of my recent vegan find.
This was sold at Costco, and the word “No Dairy” caught my eye.
I got so excited.
It’s creamy but not too thick.
It really tastes just like the Buffalo sauce.
This time I was going to use it as is (without blue cheese dip), so I wanted a little sweetness in it.
So, I added a little agave syrup, and oh my, it was so good!
(My husband suggested that I should just pour agave syrup into the bottle!)
This was before the sauce.
Doesn’t this look good?!
The potatoes were peeled, cut up, and then roasted in the convection oven at 400F.
I don’t use any oil, and it turned out great every time.
Crispy outside and perfectly cooked inside.
I contemplated an air fryer purchase for a long time, but finally I came to the decision that the convection function in my oven works well for what I would want to do with an air fryer.
I think these potatoes are a good example.
The Buffalo potatoes were served with homemade vegan bacon (love this!), scrambled turmeric tofu, spinach-arugula, orange, and grapes.
Who else like breakfast food for non-breakfast?