Easy Vegan Shrimp Tacos (Where To Buy Vegan Shrimp)
This recipe uses a great vegan/vegetarian substitute for shrimp. If you have allergies or just looking for a healthy but tasty and easy sub we've got you covered and no worries we also share a few resources on where to buy the plant-based konjac root shrimp substitutes
Course: Appetizer, Dinner
Cuisine: Vegan Seafood
Diet: Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian
Author: Nija Clark
1 package Vegan King Prawn
1packageCorn tortillas- we use Mission, Street Tacos - Mini Corn Tortillas
1cupNeutral oil - such as EVOO or canola for frying
2 teaspoonGarlic powder
2 teaspoonOnion powder
1Vegan egg - we use Bob’s Red Mill replacer
1cup Plant based milk- we use unsweetened almond milk
1½teaspoonApple cider vinegar
Vegan Mayo Sriracha
In a container with a lid combine the ingredients for the buttermilk
Add vegan shrimp to buttermilk mix and let it sit for 10 minutes
Combine the ingredients for the breading
In a small pan heat oil on medium heat
One by one take vegan shrimp from the buttermilk and add them to the breading, coating them completely, then add them to the heated oil.
Fry vegan shrimp until crispy and golden brown about 3 minutes per side.
Remove and place on a paper toweled plate to drain excess oil. Prepare vegan Sriracha mayo.
Add shrimp, coleslaw mix to tortillas, topping them with vegan mayo sriracha.
Add a squeeze of lime juice
You have two options on where to buy your vegan shrimp brands from - online or in-person:You can order from Beleaf Vegan Shrimp brand, a package of 17 cost $9.99 from the GTFO Its Vegan website. They have a lot of great plant-based meat alternatives. Vegan Essentials is another online retailers that sells several brands alsoIn person we have purchased the Loving Hut vegan restaurant chain brand they have locations in the following states: Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, Ohio, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Texas, Arizona, California, Oregon and Washington