Fish taco's


Lynn Socko Recipe

By Lynn Socko lynnsocko


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This is for the Sammie Challenge using FISH and CUCUMBERS.

Two ways to make this:
HEALTHIER VERSION: baked fish fillets and raw cucumber sticks.
TASTIER VERSION: breaded, fried fish, and fried cucumbers.
Either way makes a delicious, refreshing meal.

Ingredients

LYNN'S TARTER SAUCE
1 c
light miracle whip
1 Tbsp
plus 1 tsp. of ketsup
2 Tbsp
sweet pickle relish
1/2 tsp
lemon juice
1/2 tsp
black pepper
FISH TACO'S
8-16
fish fillets, depending on size
8
flour tortillas
2
cucmbers, cut into sticks
2-4 Tbsp
flour
chopped lettuce

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Use your favorite fried fish recipe, or buy frozen battered fish and cook per package directions.
2
Cut cucumber in half across.
3
Use a mandolin and cut into "stick".
4
Toss sticks with a little flour to absorb the moisture. Deep fry for a couple of minutes. Remove to bakers rack and salt and pepper.
5
Mix 1 c. of miracle whip with 1 tablespoon each of ketchup and sweet relish and 1/2 tsp. of lemon juice.
6
Shred or chop lettuce, set aside.

Use a griddle or in a skillet sprayed with non stick spray oil. Heat till real hot (400°). Place tortilla on one side, heat till browned, fold in half with browned side inside, heat each half side of tortilla till browned.
7
Place lettuce, fish and cucumber stings in flour tortilla. Drizzle with tarter sauce and lemon juice.

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Robert Thomas CoyoteBob
Jul 1, 2012
Lynn I didn't even use baking powder, just rapid rise active yeast. lots of other stuff in it - lucky I had the brown rice flour!
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Lynn Socko lynnsocko
Jul 1, 2012
OMG Robert, that bread looks awesome, I love the crunchy look of the crust!!! Jeanne I commented on your recipe, can I leave out the baking powder. I guess I need to order some of that sodium free baking powder, think I will do that, that will make things easier!!!
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Robert Thomas CoyoteBob
Jul 1, 2012
Looking forward to the tortilla recipe...
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Jeanne Benavidez jeanneben
Jul 1, 2012
Flour Tortillas
Lynn, here is my recipe for flour tortillas....for the salt, you could just use Mrs. Dash seasonng of your choice. ;)
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Robert Thomas CoyoteBob
Jul 1, 2012
Yes, please let me know. I am not afraid of baking. I made a low sodium version of this: eatingwell.com/...tigrain_boule.html

just came out of the oven an hour ago.