We have decided to start a blog to share our recipes and to also keep them in a place we can easily access them. We hope you enjoy them and the little tid bits of our lives that we throw in. Most recipes will be based on primal principles although a few non-primal baked goods may slip in :)

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Fish taco salad

This is a pretty simple fish taco recipe that only takes about 30 minutes. This is yet another great recipe from the Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Meals.

We put the fish and toppings over some sauteed cabbage. To saute the cabbage just chop it up and put in a large skillet with about 2 tablespoons of lemon juice and salt and pepper to your liking. Put lid on the skillet and mix it around every few minutes. This does not take long, about 10-15 minutes so start it when you start your fish.

The recipe calls for lettuce leaves to wrap the fish in so if you would rather do that then go for it!

Fish "Tacos" with Citrus Dressing
2 lbs of fish (we used grouper, but it suggests cod, Mahi-Mahi or halibut)
2 tablespoons of lemon pepper seasoning
olive oil for drizzling
1 white or red onion thinly sliced (our mandolin was great for this!)
sliced avocado for garnish

Season the fish with the lemon pepper and drizzle with olive oil. You can pan fry it or bake it. We backed it for 20 minutes. While that is cooking make the citrus dressing.

1 cup of mayo
3 large or 4 small limes (for zest and juice)
2 cloves of garlic minced

Zest the limes into a small bowl and then cut them open and squeeze out the juice into a different bowl. Stir mayo, garlic and zest while slowly adding the juice.

Just drizzle that over the fish and ENJOY!

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