3 Delightful Vegan Seafood Recipes

by Vegan Culinary Cruises Luxury – All Inclusive – All Vegan
“Seafood” is quite popular and it’s challenging to create alternatives for fish since they have unique textures and flavors. Unless you’re travelling on vegan holidays for some fresh seafood alternatives, you can try making these delicious recipes at home. If you’ve just started your vegan journey and can’t seem to find easy vegan recipes for seafood, look no further than these amazing faux fish recipes! 

Vegan Calamari presented by Hot for Food by Lauren Toyota

It’s only natural to start off with some savory appetizers. This beautiful vegan calamari dish uses oyster mushrooms as a substitute. The mushroom eliminates the rubbery texture and replaces it with a crispy and tastier texture. Mixed in well-seasoned batter and deep-fried to perfection, you will never get tired of these Vegan Calamaris. 

vegan calamari

Coconut-Crusted Fishless Sticks by One Green Planet

Fish sticks are simple, tasty finger foods that make the best snacks for everyone to enjoy. These Coconut-crusted fishless sticks use hearts of palm and desiccated coconut to create a crispy and fishy-texture like dish. Add in some vegan mayonnaise and ketchup dipping and you’re good to go! 

Coconut-Crusted Fishless Sticks

Tofish and Chips by Bianca of Elephantastic Vegan
Fish and chips is a classic English platter that has become a renowned dish all over the world. Plenty of versions of the dish exist with different kinds of fish, and of course, there is the vegan version as well! Replacing fish with Tofu wrapped in nori sheets, giving it the same chewy texture and fishy flavor. The chips will be made from potatoes, seasoned and fried till crispy. 

Tofish and Chips

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