top of page

Tofu "fish" sticks

Mass fishing is destroying our seas. Did you know that the Mediterranean is the most fished sea in the world? Excessive demand for fish - in addition to killing fish - is often used by the trawling method, which means dragging a large net across the seabed. This net collects everything it comes across, from marine flora to fish and dolphins, thus destroying the marine ecosystem.

I recommend everyone to watch the movie Seaspiracy and to satisfy your appetite for fish with this recipe :)

Allergens: gluten, soy | Preparation time: 30 min | Portions: 2 | Complexity: easy

vegan tofu fish


  • 200 g smoked tofu

  • 2 nori sheets

  • 3 tbsp soy sauce

  • 3 tbsp olive oil

  • 5 tbsp cornstarch

  • 150 ml plant milk

  • 5-6 tbsp breadcrumbs

  • pinch of salt

  • pinch of pepper

  • pinch of garlic powder

  • pinch of paprika powder

  • frying oil


  1. Cut the tofu into sticks (6 pieces).

  2. Put olive oil and soy sauce in a bowl, then insert the tofu sticks and dip them briefly.

  3. Wrap each stick in nori seaweed - a quarter of a sheet is enough for one stick. The mixture of oil and soy sauce should help the seaweed stick to the tofu.

  4. Mix the cornstarch and spices in one bowl, put the milk in another, and the breadcrumbs in the third. Then roll each wrapped stick as follows: cornstarch -> milk -> cornstarch -> milk -> breadcrumbs.

  5. Fry the breaded sticks in a pan with a little oil until golden on all sides.


The classic combination of Swiss chard and boiled potatoes with garlic and olive oil goes well with these sticks. Pictured above is the same combination, only instead of chard I used collard. Very nice!

vegan tofu fish detail


bottom of page