Sunday, May 1, 2016

Fish Tacos

This recipe may seem daunting and hard but I promise you that if you just take a deep breath and relax and focus on the task at hand you will find that it is actually very, very easy.

Fish Tacos
1 package of frozen fish fillets (I recommend tilapia) - defrost
2 eggs lightly beaten
1 tbps. of melted butter
whole wheat bread crumbs mixed with parmesan cheese, chili powder, paprika and onion powder
slices of tomatoes cut into fourths
slices of purple onion
shredded cheddar and mozzarella mixture (Mexican Blend)

Melt butter on frying pan
1. Pat the fish in the flour well.
2. then dip each piece of fish into the egg and make sure the whole piece is covered in egg
3. coat it with the bread crumb and spice mixture
4. place fish into pan and fry each side for 3-4 minutes

Repeat until all fish is done.

Place the fish on a paper towel.

Place your hard tacos on a plate. Then put the fish, about 5 of the fourths in each taco, a few slices of lettuce, purple onion and about palm size of cheese. Then put a dollop of any condiment you'd like.
(Ranch, Thousand Island, French, Sour Cream, Mayo)