How to Cook Tasty Vegan mozzarella sticks

  • 2 min read
  • Feb 17, 2020

Vegan mozzarella sticks. These sticks are perfect for a party or game day snack. They're soft and melty on the inside, perfectly crunchy on the outside and. When Chicago Soy Dairy sent me a complimentary log of their mozzarella Teese, which claims to melt and stretch, I decided to put it to the ultimate test: vegan mozzarella sticks.

My vegan mozzarella sticks are made using the same basic mozzarella recipe I used in my eggplant Parm and French onion soup. I had to adapt a bit though, because mozzarella stick cheese needs to. Today we are making vegan mozzarella sticks. You can have Vegan mozzarella sticks using 6 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Vegan mozzarella sticks

  1. It’s 3 heaped tablespoons of spelt wholewheat flour of.
  2. It’s 4 – 5 tablespoons of almond milk of.
  3. You need of Bread brown bread crumbs from (two slices).
  4. Prepare of mozzarella cheese Violife style vegan or alternative.
  5. You need of Olive / coconut oil for frying (3 tablespoons).
  6. It’s of Salt pepper and.

I showed you how you can make them baked and deep fried. Both ways come out great but I do prefer. Vegan mozzarella sticks are my take on an American diner classic! They're smoky, with a crispy shell and pull apart like a dream!

Vegan mozzarella sticks step by step

  1. Assemble the flour, almond milk and bread crumbs in three separate bowls.
  2. Season the flour and bread crumbs with salt and pepper.
  3. Cut the Violife block into four chunky stick pieces.
  4. Dip each stick into the flour, then almomd milk and then bread crumbs.
  5. Fry each stick in the oil for a couple of minutes, turning over until crispy on all sides.

As soon as I realised I'd somehow made a vegan mozarella, my mind. The solution for the best Vegan "Mozzarella" Sticks you'll ever find! Mozzarella sticks are such a classic you'll find on restaurant menus as an appetizer. A while ago, I saw vegan mozzarella sticks on a menu and got super excited. Back in my dairy days, I would have eaten mozzarella sticks as an actual meal, either at a restaurant or at home.