Fish Taco

Easy and delicious Fish Taco recipe. 

Fish taco recipe

We had this fish taco sometimes back in May, but due to my break in my work flow, I missed out, did not transfer any of fish taco photos from camera to hard drive!

Having to record the details of what and when photos were taken in a book, saves me tremendously.

Hence, here we are with fish taco!

Are you ready for clean and light summer eating?

Barramundi fish taco

My daughter and I, headed towards North Beach to try out some 'new' trendy food (so I was told by my 2 young ones).
We planned to have breakfast, however,  our plan was derailed by the dental surgeon, and by the time we reached the place, breakfast option was no longer made available.

Since we already made plan to treat ourselves, we proceeded to look at their lunch menu.
A quick scan through the pages, I ordered fish taco while my daughter ordered soft shelled crab slider.

When my order arrived, looking down at it, I was taken aback.
If there is a word to describe "minute in a minutest" way, my fish taco was it!

It was the smallest fish taco! The fish was about the size of my 2 fingers.
The tortilla was about 4 inches / 100 mm diameter.

How much was my fish taco?
AUD$ 8.50

Healthy fish taco

The fish taco tasted good, but the Asian in me, was screaming out loud within my chest cavity, daylight robbery! Small portion with a steep, very steep $$$.

For sure, I will not bring my husband to this place, only to hear him nag from the minute we leave the cafe till we get home!
As I was biting on my minute fish taco, I kept thinking... its not that difficult, if I were to try to re-create their fish taco at home...

... and here I am, with my version of fish taco (borrowing on the cafe ideas).

Doing a quick maths.... this meal would have cost us AUD$34 at that cafe, and with that amount, we could easily enjoy 2 tacos each (with 100g of barramundi in each taco).

One of many reasons, why I hardly want to eat out...

Fish taco on flour tortilla with avocado puree


With winter behind us, "theoretically", I can now look into easy cooking, light and simple spring/ summer food.

... like this Fish Taco

Yield: 4

Fish Taco

Absolutely delicious fish tacos for easy summer cooking.

INGREDIENTS:


  • 2 x 200g barramundi fillet
  • 400g canned black eye beans
  • 400g canned black beans
  • a bunch of fresh coriander - chopped
  • 2 limes
  • 1 tomato - diced
  • salt and pepper
  • 3 medium size avocado
  • 1 clove garlic - minced
  • 4 store bought flour tortilla

INSTRUCTIONS:


  1. Clean and pat dry barramundi.
  2. Cut into 2 cm thickness (or your preferred size)
  3. Rub some olive oil and season with salt and pepper
  4. Cook on non-stick frying pan on medium heat until the fish cutlets turned opaque.
  5. In a mixing bowl, mix beans, diced tomato and chopped fresh coriander. Squeeze in half a lime. Season with salt. Set aside
  6. Avocado and garlic puree. Using a stick blender, puree avocado flesh with chopped garlic. Add some lime juice (to avoid browning).
Serve:
  1. Warm up tortilla as per packet instructions.
  2. add some of the mixed beans salad on to the warm tortilla
  3. top up with pan-fried barramundi
  4. Drizzle some avocado puree
  5. Squeeze some extra lime (optional)
  6. Serve fish taco with the remaining beans salad.
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Summer meal of  fish taco

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