This Popular Fried Fish Meal is Made Using Fermented Soy Beans

By: Misel Saban - Sep 15, 2015
References: sheknows & sheknows
Just because you don't eat meat doesn't mean you have to give up on your favorite meals as this vegetarian version of fish sticks and chips proves. These meatless fish sticks are cleverly made from tempeh but are flavored and dressed to replicate the taste and texture of fish making it the ideal substitute for vegetarians.

Tempeh is a popular protein-packed meat alternative made from fermented soy beans that have been deep fried and then compressed into a block. To make these meatless fish sticks begin by slicing the tempeh into wide triangles to replicate the aesthetic of fish filet. The pieces are then breaded in spices, cornmeal, flour, milk and egg before deep frying. You can then add a side of homemade tartar sauce made from mayo, lemon juice and pickles as well as some freshly fried French fries.