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Sea Flavor Sticks




Boiled lupins, with salt

350 grams

Olive oil

2 spoons


1/2 unit

Ginger powder

to taste

Type 00 wheat flour

1 spoon


to taste


1 unit

Iodized salt

to taste

Type 0 wheat flour

3 spoons


to taste

second courses from Italy

Sea Flavor Sticks

Sea Flavor Sticks

vegan with gluten high in potassium with good fats

ready in

20 minutes


daily requirement

100% Fat

100% Protein

100% Carbohydrates

translated by Italian with google translate

Sea Flavor Sticks

Well, after a few attempts, I managed to get closer to that recipe by making a new one that, in terms of flavor, is approaching the findus product, but I used only plant products. Guess a few who took the place of the captain's stuffed cod fillets?

Sea Flavor Sticks step 1

step 1

First, remove the skin from the lupins and place them in a tall container, along with the oil, lemon juice, ginger and flour spoon

Sea Flavor Sticks step 2

step 2

After working the compound for a few minutes with an immersion mixer and making sure that there are no whole lupine pieces, empty it all over the oven paper and divide the mixture into 8 balls

Sea Flavor Sticks step 3

step 3

Helping me with a handful of flour, make up the elongated rectangles and place them on a sheet of paper oven, be careful not to stick them to each other

Sea Flavor Sticks step 4

step 4

Let the sticks, so arranged, be put in a freezer for at least 3 hours.

Sea Flavor Sticks step 5

step 5

Meanwhile, I prepare the pastry by mixing water and flour, and on the other, pouring together the grated bread, the herbs of the infusion bag, and a pinch of salt

Sea Flavor Sticks step 6

step 6

Once you remove the sticks from the freezer, put them first in the batter and then in the spiced bread, to finish frying it in peanut oil.

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