Surprise! There are vegan substitutes for some of the seafood dishes you might be craving. I’ve rallied vegan bloggers from all over to pitch in and show you how delicious it is to go vegan.
Nava Atlas from VegKitchen.com has the perfect solution for your tuna salad cravings in her Tofuna Salad Sandwich. It is made from baked tofu and can be put together in a flash. Be sure to look through her book, Wild About Greens for more exciting recipes.
Jicama Onion Cakes with Cumin, Coriander, Dill & Lemon above is from ThisRawsomeLife.com and is actually a raw vegan dish! It’s made from a base of jicama and walnuts, shaped into patties and you can dehydrate them in your oven. Check out her new book Rawsome Vegan Baking for more raw goodies.
My friend Cara Reed of the blog Fork and Beans always has crazy innovative recipes and I love what she does with cauliflower. These faux fish tacos are amazing – crunchy and gluten-free to boot! She has a new book coming out that you can pre-oder now called Decadent Gluten-free Vegan Baking.
VeggieGirl, Dianne, has a wonderful different version of faux tuna salad for you to try. Her Sunflower Seed “Tuna” Salad is made of – you guessed it – sunflower seeds! She also adds some seaweed to give it the flavor of the ocean.
I was just introduced to Banana Curl Vegan Girl’s blog and these Vegan “Shrimp” Bao steamed buns are simply amazing! She even has a recipes to make the “shrimp” seitan and links to it in her post. Yum!