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FutureStarrFish Taco Recipe:
cooking.nytimes.com)Fish tacos, that great meal of the Baja Peninsula, and a taste of summer. They are simple to make, no more complicated in fact than a hamburger or a mess of pancakes, and they are considerably more flavorful. Fried in strips and served onboard warm corn tortillas with a simple salsa, a pinch of fresh cabbage, plenty of lime and a cream sauce you might want to punch up with some chopped chipotle, these fish tacos can turn a cold night into bluebird summer, transporting you from chill into deep humidity and bliss. (Source:
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You just can’t go wrong with fresh, flavorful, and healthy Grilled Fish Tacos. These fish tacos are loaded with all the best toppings, including cabbage, pico de gallo and a simple homemade white sauce, or “crema”, and they can be ready in less than 30 minutes.
Lean and flakey white fish fillets are traditionally used in fish tacos because they are mild in flavor, cook quickly and are relatively inexpensive. Popular kinds of white fish for fish tacos include halibut, tilapia, mahi mahi, snapper, cod, bass and cat fish. (Source:
Add the White Sauce, Also Called Crema!The white sauce in this fish tacos recipe is easy to make and really binds all of the ingredients and flavors together. Add the sour cream (or substitute Greek yogurt), mayo, lime juice, and seasonings to a bowl and stir to until smooth. (Source:
www.foodnetwork.com)Crema:Put the heavy cream in a 16-ounce microwave-safe glass jar. Microwave on high until the cream is just under 100 degrees F, about 30 to 40 seconds. Add the buttermilk, close the jar, and store in a warm place for 24 hours. The cream will have thickened to the consistency of thin yogurt. (Source:
There are fish tacos and then there are Baja Fish Tacos. Baja Fish Tacos were originated in Baja California, Mexico. The way they prepared it is referred to as “Baja-style.” Baja Style is essentially deep-fried white-fleshed fish served on two corn tortillas with shredded cabbage and a creamy white sauce. Today’s version I change up a bit to make it a little healthier. We pan seared this fish and served it on one corn tortilla with a cabbage slaw and a cream sauce made with avocado instead of dairy. You’re going to love it!