It’s Taco Tuesday! This is super quick and simple recipe; great for #tacotuesday , game days and especially perfect meal idea for the little fingers too!

Since we are technically still in quarantine, I was looking for some finger foods we could enjoy and bring back the days hubby and I used to hang out at our favorite pub, State Social in Hollywood. Now I’ll be honest, I don’t a time in my life I’ve ever cooked fish tacos. Regular tacos of course but even this was new for my taste buds. Nonetheless, after making this a few times, I finally came up with a perfect simple recipe that takes minutes to cook and doesn’t require a lot of ingredients. Scroll down for my full recipe adjusting to your liking. You can also follow along on YouTube video and we can make them together.

🌱 THE BEST HOMEMADE TOFU-ISH TACOS WITH TARTAR SLAW!

Recipe by TeetotheCourse: Plant-Based Vegan
Servings

6-10

servings
Prep time

5

minutes
Cooking time

20

minutes
Calories

144.1

kcal

Ingredients

  • Tartar Slaw
  • 1/3 cup of veganaise

  • 2-3 tablespoon of sweet relish

  • 2 tablespoons of rice Nori

  • 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar

  • Half a teaspoon of old bay seasoning, dill weed, garlic powder

  • Half a bag of shredded cabbage

  • Tofu-ish Batter
  • I’m using about 1/2 cup each of “Seasoned Louisiana Shrimp and Chicken Fry” (mixed together)

  • half a bag of Panko Flakes Bread Crumbs (your brand preference)

Directions

  • Tartar Slaw:
    Mix well and throw it in the refrigerator to chill.
  • Tofu:
    Any brand you prefer as long as it’s firm
    Cut in half and then into small slices (half of standard side fish sticks)
  • Batter:
    Add cold water to form pancake batter-like consistency
  • In your wet bowl (batter), coat tofu with batter, then coat in dry bowl with Panko Flakes Bread Crumbs (your brand preference)
  • Fry on medium high heat on all sides in grape seed oil or oil of your choice. Turning every couple of minutes

  • Fry or heat your favorite corn tortilla shells (I’m using Mi Rancho Organic Corn Taco Sliders. Build your taco with tartar slow and drizzle some lime.