When my CSA vegetable box overflows with potatoes and Brussels sprouts during the winter, a version of this recipe is what ends up being for dinner. I love making it a full meal by tossing smoked tofu with the veggies before roasting, or keep it soy-free and add some chickpeas.
The words “salad” and “winter” don’t always jive when you’re trying to ward off the cold weather, but the roasted vegetables keep me feeling toasty. And when it’s paired with a creamy tahini dressing, I’m definitely not going to turn it down. This recipe highlights both, along with So Delicious Unsweetened Coconut Milk Beverage—a staple in my kitchen for adding creaminess to just about anything.
My friends at So Delicious Dairy-Free are compiling their favourite creamy salads and creamy salad dressings, and they asked me to contribute to the mix. My arm doesn’t need to be twisted, especially for something I’d be making for dinner anyway! If you need some more inspiration for that winter salad bowl, I encourage you to head on over to their collection and start bookmarking your favourites.
But before you do, I say, get started on this one—I think you’ll find it… ahem… so delicious.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Potato Salad with Creamy Tahini Dressing
3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
1 teaspoon brown mustard
Sea or Himalayan salt to taste
Freshly ground black pepper to taste
3 pounds small red potatoes, cut into 1-inch pieces
1 ½ pounds Brussels sprouts, trimmed (see Note)
1 large red onion, thinly sliced
1 large carrot, shredded
1/4 cup So Delicious Dairy Free Unsweetened Coconut Beverage
3 tablespoons roasted tahini paste
1 1/2 tablespoons cider vinegar
1 tablespoon lemon juice
4 teaspoons capers, drained and chopped
1 garlic clove, minced
Baby spinach, for serving
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. Put the olive oil, mustard, a dash of salt, and some ground pepper in a small bowl. Whisk to combine. Put the potatoes in a large bowl. Add about three-quarters of the oil mixture. Mix until coated. Spread the potatoes on a large baking sheet in a single layer. Bake for 25 minutes.
While the potatoes are in the oven, put the Brussels sprouts and onions in the large bowl. Add the remaining oil mixture, mixing until coated. Once the 25 minutes have passed, stir the potatoes, then add the Brussels sprouts mixture to the pan (if you don’t have room, you can use two pans, side-by-side, in the oven). Bake for another 15 to 20 minutes, until the potatoes are tender, and the sprouts and onions are cooked through and starting to brown. Transfer the mixture to a large bowl. Stir in the carrots.
In a large glass measuring cup or small bowl, whisk together the nondairy milk, tahini, cider vinegar, lemon juice, capers, and garlic. Add salt and pepper to taste. Depending on the consistency of the tahini, you may need to add additional nondairy milk, however, the final mixture should be thick. Pour the mixture into the potato mixture. Stir to combine. Serve warm or at room temperature over baby spinach.
Note: My Brussels sprouts come from my CSA share, and their fresh-picked local goodness makes them much more tender than the imported stuff from the store. I kept them whole for this recipe, but if you have large or very dense sprouts, you’ll want to slice them in half first.
(Disclosure statement: I received monetary compensation and free product coupons from So Delicious Dairy-Free for taking part in this campaign. I only, however, promote and partner with companies I love and use regularly in my own kitchen. As always, all opinions and recommendations expressed are completely my own.)
5 thoughts on “Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Potato Salad with Creamy Tahini Dressing”
Yummy! Just what I would make! 🙂 The ‘So Delicious’ range looks great but I’m sure we can’t get that here (yet!) I use an unsweetened carton coconut milk too though! 🙂
Thanks for the comment. They do have a great range — you could likely ask them on their social media the easiest way to get their products, if you do want to hunt them down. Many places ship, too.
Brussels sprouts and a tahini dressing- say no more! This recipe is right up our street. What would you suggest to use instead of coconut milk? 🙂
Hello! It depends on the taste you are looking for. The So Delicious Unsweetened Coconut Beverage doesn’t taste coconutty–it is a neutral creaminess. If you used coconut milk, it actually would be a really different flavor. I do think that other nondairy milks (such as almond milk) have a pretty distinct taste, and wouldn’t be the best for this. Same with cashew milk.
You can use water, though it will not be as creamy, or a good quality olive oil. Walnut oil would be nice here, too, for about half of the amount and then water for the rest.
Thanks Laurie! We completely understand. Thanks for the great suggestions and advice. We’ll have a think and a play at some point. It’s too tasty not too! 🙂