Thursday, October 14, 2010

Mahi Mahi Fish Taco

I love fish tacos, but I needed to find a more health way to eat one, since the only fish taco I have ever had is one deep fried.
Grill the Mahi Mahi in a smoking hot cast iron skillet.  Once the skillet is good and hot (you should be able to see smoke coming off the skillet) lightly sprinkle the skillet with canola oil and spread around the skillet with spatula.  Season the fish with salt and pepper.  Sear fish until brown on both sides.   Fish should cook for about 2 ½ minutes on one side and 2 minutes on the other side.
Heat corn tortilla shell over a hot burner. Top with tarter sauce, red onion cilantro, shredded lettuce or shredded cabbage. Add a squeeze of lime.

Tarter Sauce

¼ cup of mayonnaise

¼ cup of sour cream

¼ teaspoon of garlic powder

1 teaspoon horseradish

1 to 2 slices of claussen kosher dill sandwich slices pickles chopped finely

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Victoria's Voice said...

I have not been brave enough to try a fish taco. This looks really good! I might have to step over that line of resistance and go for it. I am following you through Follow Friday Blog Hop. I hope you have a great weekend!


Xmas Dolly said...

Thank you for stopping by, and I'm returning your follow. I hope you enjoyed yourself at my blog too. I started to itch just looking at this post. I'm allergic to ocean fish, so sorry couldn't try this taco if I wanted too! I also have a new meme, "Monday's Music Moves Me" hope you stop by and check it out and maybe even play along. It's tons of fun! Have a great weekend.

Jane said...

My husband lived in California for many years and he raves on and on about fish tacos. Don't see them much in this landlocked part of Texas, though, and I've never tried one. Maybe I can get him to make these for me?? He's a much better cook than I am.

Thanks for stopping by Janie's Porch and leaving a sweet comment for me! I am really enjoying discovering so many great blogs thru this "Follow Friday". Hope to see you again soon!


Anonymous said...

Hi there, just popping in to say thanks for visiting my blog. I have never heard of a fish taco! They are not really the done thing downunder, so it was interesting reading your recipe.