Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Vegetarian Fish Sticks Anyone?

This month's Challenge came from Sketchy @ Sketchy's Kitchen. The Challenge was: Skate, traditional flavors powdered (slightly altered). Given that this is a vegetarian blog, I knew from the beginning that this Challenge was going to need some creative alterations!! before I go into what I did, I'd like to acknowledge that the original recipe comes from Grant Achatz, found in the Alinea cookbook.


I made the fish sticks at home with barley, potato, and all the seasonings recommended by the recipe. I served it with a mushrooms, bok choi, peas, and corn seasoned with herbs and black pepper. Recipe to follow :)

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9 comments:

  1. I love seeing what alternative cooks/bakers come with, and your barley and potato sticks are not only creative, but they look beautiful and delicious! Fantastic job all around!

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  2. I am not able to trace the recipe.Can u help me plz...

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  3. Interesting vegetarian fish sticks. Which recipe did you use? Barley and potatoes sounds like a wonderful combination. Great job!

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  4. @ Lisa Michelle: Thanks for stopping by!!

    @ chakhlere: The vegetarian version turned out really well. Thanks!

    @ singinghorse: This recipe is my own creation - was left scratching my head when I saw this month's challenge - but when I got into the kitchen, I just followed my instincts :)

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  5. Wow what an interesting and unusual tack you took on this challenge. Barley and spuds that pulls at my heart strings I had a lot of this growing up. Like the plating simple and pure. Cheers from Audax in Australia

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  6. Interesting... Potato and barley as substitute seems tasty combo

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  7. @ Audax:
    Thanks for visiting Audax. I love the combination of barley and spuds too!!

    @ LG:
    The combo tastes delicious. You must try it out:)

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  8. It seems to b yummy....
    Gud job..
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