Fish Tacos

I have a confession about fish tacos. Hubby and I always snicker when we see them on a menu at a restaurant or hear someone order them. It’s just funny. Of course neither of us had ever tried fish tacos, so it was somewhat hypocritical (I always say “don’t hate it ’til you try it”), but we were hatin on fish tacos.

Then one night we tried them. And boy were they good. In the 6 weeks since that night, I think we’ve had fish tacos at least 6 times. We both really enjoyed the fish taco. In fact a small place near our house just opened up that only sells fish tacos. And we’ve been making them at home. This was our first attempt. We used salmon and just threw in some toppings we had around the house. And they were awesome.

So I have a question readers, is there something that you thought you’d never like and then you tried it and loved it?

Fish TacosRub some fish with taco seasoning (recipe here) and cook it. We cooked our salmon on our griddle.

Serve fish with taco fixins. We used sprouts (unconventional, but we love sprouts), chopped tomato, and guacamole.


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2 Responses to “Homemade Mayo”

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    Emily @ A Cambridge Story — August 23, 2011 at 12:00 pm

    Wow, I never knew this was so simple! Definitely beats the canned variety.

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    MamaPez — June 8, 2014 at 4:51 pm

    Wow, your growing season is way ahead of ours – no local tomatoes yet. That’s the best kind to have with your homemade mayo but, even tho they’re not in season yet, I think it’s time to make my first-batch-of-the-season mayo.
    After all, there are so many other things it’s good with.

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