A new option for the vegan who misses seafood, these tasty breaded vegan “fish” fillets are gluten-free, non-GMO, contain no trans fats, and are completely contaminant-free, unlike a great deal of the fish in our oceans today. Made with natural ingredients, these fillets are free of preservatives as well as artificial colors and flavors. Make a tasty fish sandwich (don’t forget the vegan tartar sauce!), deep fry them and serve with chips…whatever sounds like the “catch of the day”, you’ll be set to serve it up with Sophie’s Kitchen’s Vegan Fish Fillets! 8.8 oz. (250g) box contains 4 fillets. $7.99 per package. Now on sale for $7.19!
Ingredients: Textured vegetable protein (pea protein, pea starch), canola oil, rice flakes (from brown rice), konjac powder, seaweed powder, potato starch, powdered cellulose, organic agave nectar, turmeric, white pepper, sea salt, ginger
Yes these are small portions so I fried up two filets but should have just cooked one, as one is pienty--very rich. So I had fish and chips with malt vinegar, as they do in England. Wonderful flavor to the fish!! Will buy again.
I enjoyed the crispy breaded seasoning. However, the inside filler did not have that fishy taste. I suggest frying with a little safflower oil inside a cast-iron skillet. Also, add vegan condiments with tomato and lettuce on a bun will seal the deal.
This wasn't my favorite, but it's not as bad as a lot of real fish I've had. My daughter likes it better than the shrimp or crab cakes, but I have to eat it with ketchup (or maybe tartar sauce if I can find a vegan version?) to be able to enjoy it. The breading it good. The inside texture might have been a little dry because I cooked it longer than the instructions said. I didn't dislike the flavor, I guess it was a little bland is the worst I can say, but then real fish is too. I'm giving it a 5 because my daughter likes it, and she is an extremely picky eater.
I purchased mine at a local grocery to try, before placing an order - which I will be doing ASAP. We prepared them in our toaster oven, and the breading was crispy and browned. Didn't smell like much - but I have tried other "fish" patties and alternatives...so figured the worst. What a wonderful surprise these were! They had a delicate fish flavor, not overwhelming, but also not Boca Chicken like either. Both my husband - who is not a fish fan, but is an omnivore - was impressed. We had them with home fries, but he also added they would be great on a bun. I am curious how those with negative comments prepared these. I will prepare them the same way next time - microwaves never do honor to a good breading, and I fear stovetop frying might overcook the breading. I encourage those who have tried them and did NOT like them - to give them a second chance and try baking them. Even the cats were enticed.