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Hey Y'all from Austin, Texas USA!!!! I begged this off of a waiter at the "Hula Hut" on Town Lake in Austin...Fantistic!!! Title: Fish Tacos Categories: Fish, Main dish, Sandwiches Yield: 1 servings 1 lb Firm fleshed fish, cooked however you like (preferably grilled) 1/2 sm Head red cabbage finely shredded 1 Bunch fresh cilentro 2 Jalapeno peppers 1 t Minced garlic 1 t Olive oil 1 1/2 c Ranch dressing 2 Limes 12 Flour tortillas To prepare the "taco" sauce: Put the jalapeno's in a double thickness of tin foil and cover with olive oil and garlic. Roast on the grill (or in the oven) for about 15 minutes till cooked. Remove the seeds and membrane from the peppers and mince. In a small bowl put the dressing, peppers w/oil & garlic, and the juice of the 2 limes. Let set for the flavors to blend. To build the tacos: Take one flour tortilla and put some fish down the middle. Top with the shredded cabbage and a "healthy" amount of fresh cilentro. Smother with the "taco" sauce, fold in half and enjoy! Wisdom doesn't always come with age...sometimes age just shows up all by itself!

Fish Tacos


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(posted February 10, 1998)

Hey
Y'all from Austin, Texas USA!!!! I begged this off of a waiter at the "Hula Hut" on Town Lake in Austin...Fantistic!!!

Title:
Fish Tacos
Categories:
Fish, Main dish, Sandwiches
Yield: 1 servings

1 lb
Firm fleshed fish, cooked however you like (preferably grilled)
1/2 sm Head
red cabbage finely shredded
1 Bunch fresh cilentro
2 Jalapeno peppers
1 t Minced
garlic
1 t
Olive oil
1 1/2 c Ranch
dressing
2 Limes
12
Flour tortillas

To prepare the "
taco" sauce:

Put the jalapeno's in a double thickness of tin foil and cover with
olive oil and garlic. Roast on the grill (or in the oven) for about 15 minutes till cooked. Remove the seeds and membrane from the peppers and mince. In a small bowl put the dressing, peppers w/oil & garlic, and the juice of the 2 limes. Let set for the flavors to blend.

To build the tacos:

Take one
flour tortilla and put some fish down the middle. Top with the shredded cabbage and a "healthy" amount of fresh cilentro.

Smother with the "
taco" sauce, fold in half and enjoy!

Wisdom doesn't always come with age...sometimes age just shows up all by itself!


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+4 comments


from rush city, mn, United States wrote:7  3

it was the bomb!!! i loved that stuff so much.aand i loved it so much thet i served it at my b-day party
5 starsMay 20, 2003


from Kaufman, United States wrote:4  3

this is a great recipe/ low cal ( go for it )
5 starsJanuary 25, 2003


from St. Paul, MN, United States wrote:4  4

I can't believe it. I was craving the fish tacos I had while visiting Austin-- I have never had any better than at the Hula Hut. I was looking for a recipe that ressembled what I had tasted there-- almost one full year ago. Lo and behold-- I find the H
5 starsJanuary 24, 2003


from Frederick, MD, United States wrote:5  4

Good basic recipe for fish tacos...but I prefer corn tortillas (doubled). Heat the tortillas in a dry frying pan, turning frequently until nice and soft. Build the tacos as above. I much prefer my wife's salsa (she is Mexican and the receipes she uses hav
4 starsAugust 6, 1999


 
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