4 Vegan Seafood Recipes (No Cooking)

4 Vegan Seafood Recipes - Vegan Chickpea Tuna Salad Sandwich, Hearts of Palm Vegan Crab Dip, Vegan Lobster Rolls, Vegan Ceviche - Vegetarian - No Cooking - Rich Bitch Cooking Blog

Here are 4 vegan lunch and appetizer ideas! It’s so easy, no cooking is required! These are great for a quick meal or bringing something to a party. Dude, too easy. I have a billion more vegan seafood ideas to come. I LOVE these dish!!!! Granted I haven’t tried the real versions of most of these so let me know how you think these compare.

I love celery but like onions less so I used a ton of celery and not much onion. I imagine most people are the opposite so feel free to use more of what you like and less of what you don’t like. Also, if you chill these they will taste better as the flavors grow but I didn’t wait.

If you ditch the bread on these recipes you’d have a ton of keto/low carb options here!

4 Vegan Seafood Recipes - Vegan Chickpea Tuna Salad Sandwich, Hearts of Palm Vegan Crab Dip, Vegan Lobster Rolls, Vegan Ceviche - Vegetarian - No Cooking - Rich Bitch Cooking Blog

Vegan Lobster Roll
Never had one before but these were SO GOOD! Makes two small rolls .

4 Vegan Seafood Recipes - Vegan Chickpea Tuna Salad Sandwich, Hearts of Palm Vegan Crab Dip, Vegan Lobster Rolls, Vegan Ceviche - Vegetarian - No Cooking - Rich Bitch Cooking Blog

3 large hearts of palm sticks chopped, slice of onion diced, 1 celery diced, 2 TB vegan mayo (30g), 1/2 ts dried chives, 1/4 ts old bay seasoning, 2 rolls

  1. Chop hearts of palm, dice celery and onions.
  2. Mix everything together and place on rolls. ENJOY

Inspired by Eat Drink Shrink

4 Vegan Seafood Recipes - Vegan Chickpea Tuna Salad Sandwich, Hearts of Palm Vegan Crab Dip, Vegan Lobster Rolls, Vegan Ceviche - Vegetarian - No Cooking - Rich Bitch Cooking Blog

Vegan Ceviche
Fresh food for the win! This feeds 2 people as an appetizer

4 Vegan Seafood Recipes - Vegan Chickpea Tuna Salad Sandwich, Hearts of Palm Vegan Crab Dip, Vegan Lobster Rolls, Vegan Ceviche - Vegetarian - No Cooking - Rich Bitch Cooking Blog

2 hearts of palm sticks, 1 tomato (I used roma), slice onion, 1/4th cucumber, jalapeno (as much as you like), 2 TB cilantro, salt, 1 lime, chips

  1. Chop all the veggies up. Mince the cilantro.
  2. Mix everything together with lime juice and salt.
  3. Eat with chips. ENJOY

Inspired by Carrots and Flowers

4 Vegan Seafood Recipes - Vegan Chickpea Tuna Salad Sandwich, Hearts of Palm Vegan Crab Dip, Vegan Lobster Rolls, Vegan Ceviche - Vegetarian - No Cooking - Rich Bitch Cooking Blog

Vega Crab Dip
So freaking good! Mark didn’t like to the vegan cream chz flavor so I got this whole appetizer to myself. Makes enough for 2 people to enjoy as an appetizer.

4 Vegan Seafood Recipes - Vegan Chickpea Tuna Salad Sandwich, Hearts of Palm Vegan Crab Dip, Vegan Lobster Rolls, Vegan Ceviche - Vegetarian - No Cooking - Rich Bitch Cooking Blog

3 hearts of palm diced, 1 celery diced, slice onion minced, 1.5 oz vegan cream chz (I used daiya), 2 TB vegan mayo, 1/2 lime juice, 1/8 ts garlic powder, 1/8 ts korean red pepper (optional, isn’t spicy), 1/4 ts dried chives, 1/4 ts dried parsley, chips

  1. Dice all the veggies or pulse in food processor
  2. Mix everything together. Serve with chips. ENJOY

Inspired by One Green Planet

4 Vegan Seafood Recipes - Vegan Chickpea Tuna Salad Sandwich, Hearts of Palm Vegan Crab Dip, Vegan Lobster Rolls, Vegan Ceviche - Vegetarian - No Cooking - Rich Bitch Cooking Blog

Vegan Tuna Sandwich
Dude I could not love a sandwich more. I think I could eat this everyday for the rest of my life. I don’t add seafood flavoring like seaweed but feel free to knock yourself out. Makes 2 sandwiches.

4 Vegan Seafood Recipes - Vegan Chickpea Tuna Salad Sandwich, Hearts of Palm Vegan Crab Dip, Vegan Lobster Rolls, Vegan Ceviche - Vegetarian - No Cooking - Rich Bitch Cooking Blog

1 can chickpeas drained & rinsed (250g), 1/4 cup vegan mayo (60g), 1/4 ts celery seed, 1 celery stick diced, sliced onion diced (10g), 1 TB pickle juice, 5 pickle slices diced, black pepper to taste, 4 slices of bread

  1. Mash chickpeas with fork. If pulsed in food processor then pulse with the veggies.
  2. Add everything and mix well. Add to bread. ENJOY
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17 comments

  1. I keep seeing “vegan prawns” all over the place. I am guessing that they are something that you can buy over there? I have also seen a few recipes for vegan fish and chips (or as the New Zealanders say “fush and chups” 😉 ) involving tofu, nori and chips. Cheers for these tasty looking recipes.

  2. Very sad news about your friend’s mom. I’d love to donate to your gofundme, but would prefer to just PayPal you directly if possible. If yes, lemme know what email address to use.

    • Dude I appreciate that. Why donate to me directly? I wished GoFundMe let us use paypal. Want me to see if Charles has a paypal email address I can give you?

      • I just don’t want to create a gofundme account. This whole Equifax data breach reminds me of how lax security can be, so I’d rather use my existing PayPal account. If Charles has a PayPal email adress, I’d be happy to send it to him directly.

        • Totally, totally!! All of that stuff is insane. Mark texted Charles but we haven’t heard back from him yet. I’ll definitely let you know if he sends an email our way.

          • Done 🙂

            There was no way to add a comment via PayPal, so just let him know I’m also sending condolences and good thoughts.

                • 🙁 I wish all my friends were better off money wise. We’re almost in the same boat but I feel like we’re making progress. All my friends either can’t hold jobs or work basic food jobs (which is what I would be doing if I wasn’t for youtube/ebay). I’m very, very glad to be able to help out any of my friends.

                  Actually I have one friend that I can bond over self employment with. We both work really hard. I’m endlessly thankful for her because it’s hard to talk with people about my ambitions but she totally gets it. Ambitions of not being a hobo 🙂

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