A Taste of Summer!
There’s nothing like some delicious fish tacos in the summer. I’ve been meaning to make them for a long time but fish tacos are one of those elusive foods that only come to mind when you see them on a menu in a restaurant or bar. This recipe was totally out of the blue and came to me when I was trying to decide what to do with the few pounds of fresh haddock fish fillet we bought the day before.
We really liked the simplicity and speed of this recipe. After dicing the onion and jalapeno, all that’s left is to simply fry the ingredients in order together in the pan. The texture strongly resembles rice because of the onion and the way the haddock falls apart when cooked. This recipe will also work really well with tilapia, cod or just about any white fish. Top it off with your favorite salsa (ours is Mrs. Renfro’s Green Salsa), a dollop of sour cream and join us in fish taco heaven. 🙂
As promised in the Mexican Casserole recipe, we used chipotles again! We purchased chipotles in adobo sauce (recommended by a few people) and while we really like them, we like plain, dry chipotles more, so we used them again in this fish taco recipe. We’ve been experimenting with adding both types of chipotles to our scrambled eggs and a multitude of lunches and dinners ever since. We’re totally in love with chiptoles!
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