Wait, what is it? Why’d she spell fish like that?
Vegans do this weird thing where we stop eating meat, then find things we can eat to imitate meat. That bothers some. I get it. But, all I can really say is… mind ya business.
For the next Meatless Monday use Banana Blossom, which is the flower of a banana tree, as your fish meat substitute. The flavor is neutral and easy to season. The texture can be made flaky and imitates fried fish. It’s so perfect for summertime fun because it’s delicious and feels so much lighter on the body than actual fried fish. It’s the perfect cannabis-infused Fysh & Chips.
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Flower Fried Fish Recipe
This seven-ingredient fried fysh is easy to make and it’s the perfect vegan/cannabis-infusion dish to experiment with.
- Prep Time 10 Minutes
- Cook Time 10 Minutes
- Total Time 20 Minutes
- Serves 2 People
- Calories 425 kcal
- 3 30 oz. cans of banana blossom in brine
- 1 ½ cup of grapeseed oil
- 1 cup of cannabis infused oil that can be used for frying
- 3 cups of flour
- 2 cups of unsweetened plant milk. I use unsweetened almond milk
- 1 bag of Seasoned Louisiana Fish Fry
- Equal parts of vegan mayonaise and sweet relish for tartar sauce. Add a dash of smoked paprika
- Combine oils in frying pan and heat on medium high heat. 350℉
- Drain banana blossom from brine and coat in flour.
- Dip flour coated banana blossom in almond milk then coat in Seasoned Louisiana Fish Fry.
- Fry in heated oil for 5-7 minutes or until golden brown on each side
- After frying, place banana blossom on a paper towel to absorb excess oil. Combine vegan mayonnaise and sweet relish for a yummy dip.