SirSpaceAnchor
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Oct 19, 2017
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What are your favorite recipes for fish tacos? Reccomend types offish to use?
Oct 19, 2017
cs85b03
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The best fish tacos I have ever had always use a cilantro-lime aioli. Pico de gallo can be good with white fish. Black beans cooked with corn is good for baja style. Use corn tortillas (toast on your grill or gas oven on both sides).
For your fish - I have seen everything from tilapia to flounder to red drum to salmon. It really depends on what you are going for. I love ceviche tacos made with mango-lime, cilantro, red snapper ceviche. Fresh fish is best. You can't do the snapper ceviche unless you got it live, sorry. For frozen, flounder is probably the best. Season with 50/50 taco seasoning and cajun blackening and oil both sides and grill or pan fry in cast iron. I make my own taco seasoning - the store stuff is all fillers and no spices.
Oct 19, 2017
SirSpaceAnchor
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Oct 19, 2017
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Thank you for the reply! This is basically dinner for tomorrow, since I have been drawing blanks on seasoning, and cannot wait to take this for a spin. Given the fact that living in the desert doesn't exactly leave me with excellent fish to eat, I'll probably just throw on some tilapia.
Oct 19, 2017
215grace
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Oct 19, 2017
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Cilantro Lime aoli with fresh garlic---ah-mazing. Takes simple tacos to the next level with minimal effort!!
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