Fish Tacos

Versão em Português

Tacos de Peixe

Sky loves Mexican food. I like it quite a bit, but he absolutely loves it. Every now and then, he’d say “we need to make fish tacos.” And I always thought that was kind of odd – aren’t tacos made with ground beef? 😀

This recipe is very easy. In fact, it is so simple that I considered not posting it at all – but it’s such a tasty combination and such an easy solution for a weekend lunch/dinner, that I thought it’d be a great addition to our Sea Tertulias!

For two hungry people, you’ll need:

For the fish:

400 g boneless fish filets – we used corvina, but choose whichever fish you prefer!

Salt, lemon, pepper, and paprika, for seasoning

To assemble:

Wheat tortillas

Sour cream

Salsa

Cherry tomatoes, halved

Red onions, cut in thin half-moon slices

Pineapple, cut in small chunks

Cilantro!

Tacos de Peixe

As I said before, this recipe is super easy! Season the fish filets with salt, lemon, pepper, and paprika. Set it aside for 15-20 minutes, and then fry them in a hot skillet with a couple Tbsp of oil – no need to deep fry it! When the fish is fried, chop it into medium-sized chunks and reserve.

While the fish is frying, heat up the tortillas on another skillet – make sure it’s nice and hot, and you won’t need any more than 40 seconds on each side!

When the fish is fried and the tortillas are warm, it’s time to assemble it all. Place one tortilla on a plate. In the middle of it, put some pieces of fish, a little bit of sour cream, salsa, onions, cherry tomatoes, pineapple, and the cilantro. Fold the tortilla in half and serve! 🙂

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