Lunch is served with this vegan fish and chips dish.
In lieu of fish, this plant-based fish and chips recipe features marinated banana blossoms. Fishing is one of the biggest threats to ocean wildlife populations. And it can become problematic when fish are caught faster than stocks can be replenished. When too many fish are taken out of the ocean, an imbalance in the food web is created. This can result in a loss of other marine life, such as turtles and corals.
If you’re looking for a more sustainable option to fish, try this fish-free recipe. The battered banana blossoms have a delicious, flaky texture—similar to haddock fish.
This vegan fish and chips recipe also features a tangy tartar sauce. You can easily whip this up using only a handful of ingredients, including vegan mayonnaise, lemon juice, and pickle relish.
Can’t Get Enough Vegan Fish and Chips?
Then try making this fish-free seafood salad. In lieu of fish, it features chickpeas and tofu and has all the flavors and texture of seafood minus the cruelty.
You can also try whipping up this vegan fish poke using watermelon. The Hawaiian dish is typically made using raw fish, usually yellowfin tuna. This vegan recipe replaces the tuna with refreshing watermelon. Serve with rice, scallions, Persian cucumber, and sesame seeds for a delicious meal to remember.