2 hours ago
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
This was my second try at fish tacos.
This version wins the prize because it was SO EASY! and a healthy dinner was ready in a flash.
I was excited to see Grouper in my fish market, since it is not an east coast fish and I never get a chance to eat it. It's such a nice firm, mild white fish and I knew when I saw it, fish tacos it was going to be.
My fish market sells a fantastic in house made cole slaw, so that saved me all the time shredding cabbage!
Baja Fish Tacos
1 lb. of Grouper, or other firm white fish (mahi mahi is also a good choice)
ancho chili powder
soft corn tortillas
store bought cole slaw
creme fraiche or sour cream
chopped fresh cilantro
squeeze of a fresh lime
Mix the cream sauce ingredients together with a fork and set aside.
Cut your fish into cubes and sprinkle w/ kosher salt & ancho chili powder.
In a heavy nonstick skillet, heat some olive oil and cook the fish pieces for about 2 minutes total. Transfer them to a foil packet, so they stay warm and moist and finish steaming in the foil.
Heat up the tortillas if you like in the microwave or frying pan. Spread each tortilla with some of the cream sauce and top with some slaw.
Place cooked fish pieces in with the slaw and roll up tight. Serve immediately and enjoy!