Friday, February 24, 2012

Seafood Tacos

So a friend of mine asked me for a good fish taco recipe.  Instead of just fish I decided to throw in some scallops as well.  Really you could add any seafood to this, shrimp, mussels, crab.  It would all be pretty tasty!  This is a super simple and quick recipe and I was able to finish it all up in about 15 minutes.
Don't forget to check the previous blog out to see the lime dressing I use to marinate the beans, corn, onion and cilantro in!


Saute pan


1/4lb Scallops
1-2 White Fish fillets ( I used tilapia, but cod or haddock would 
work too.)
1/2T butter
6-8 small flour or corn tortilla wraps
1/2 can red bean, drained
1 cup corn(fresh is always good, but I used frozen and it's just as good)
red onion(which I forgot to add in...I was in a rush to get dinner on the table, oops)
1/2c cilantro, rough chopped
salt and pepper
sour cream

Combine the beans, corn, red onion and cilantro with the lime dressing that was made from the chickpea salad.  Let sit while cooking the seafood.  Season the fish and scallops with salt and pepper and saute with 1/2T butter until lightly golden brown and cooked through.  Set aside and brown up the tortilla wraps.  Drain the bean mixture and place some on the browned tortillas.  Flake the fish and place on top of beans and add the scallops as well.  You may want to cut the scallops in half to make them fit better.  Top with sour cream if you wish and ENJOY! So simple right? So healthy, fresh and easy.

Fish is Good...

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