Vegan fish fingers
Vegan fish fingers are quick and easy to prepare at home. This finger food is made with breaded tofu. Thanks to nori algae, soya sauce, and lemon juice, the vegan fish fingers have an exquisite flavour.
|400 g||tofu non-flavoured|
|1 sheet||nori optionally slightly more, to taste|
|5 tbsp||soya sauce dark|
|3 tbsp||lemon juice|
|250 ml||water hot|
|100 ml||soya milk|
|50 g||wheat flour|
|2 tbsp||nutritional yeast flakes|
|3 tbsp||margarine plant-based|
Cut the tofu into sticks. Then cut the nori sheet into thin strips. Mix in a bowl with soya sauce, lemon juice, and the water. Add the tofu sticks and leave to marinate for 2 hours, turning them over from time to time.
Prepare three small bowls. Add soya milk to the first. In the second, mix the flour, yeast flakes, salt, and pepper. Put the breadcrumbs in the third bowl.
Place each tofu stick in the flour mixture first, then dip them in the soya milk, then cover in breadcrumbs. Do this twice for each stick of tofu.
Heat the margarine in a pan and fry the vegan fish fingers until they are golden brown.
|Special diets||Free from celery, Free from sesame, Lupin-free, Mustard-free, No added sugar, Nut-free, Peanut-free|
|Difficulty||Level 2 (average)|
|Cooking time||30-45 minutes|
|Number ingredients||10-15 ingredients|
|Type of dish||Fish substitute|