I broke my craptastic camera.
It sucked for an hour until I could run out and buy a new one.
And with my new cool, fantastic camera, I took a ton of food pictures.
A ton, a ton, a ton.
And I went to download the pictures.
But can you even read "Cajun Seasoning" on that orange spice shaker to the left?
except you will want to read quickly cuz these pictures will make you dizzy!
And really the steps are
so easy to get here.
You just have to get through the next few
Twilight Zone pictures.
Now I used fresh corn off the cob and roasted it in a pan and canola oil to get a good smoky flavor.
You guys look so.......fuzzy.
All that chopping and this is the best picture I can come up with???
By the way, did I mention I returned that ##&$%**# camera? After googling it of course and seeing the reviews from users that stated it takes "blurry close-up pictures." *sigh*
So anyway, moving on from my blurry picture depression, here's the fixins for the super easy Cilantro Lime Dressing that you can use over the salad and fish.
And it is fantastic!
That is the Cilantro Lime Dressing by the way.
Didn't want ya to think it's the garbage bowl or something.
So anyway, take your fish...I used tilapia...and season it with Cajun Seasoning or Blackened Seasoning and cook it in a pan for 4-5 minutes each side until done.
Looking yummy, yes?
Put your salad fixins on your plate.....
Add your fish....
Take what you think is a beautiful close-up picture...
And then eat it.
Seriously, I'd show you more pictures but I don't want to torture you.
Quite honestly though, this Blackened Fish Taco Salad with that Cilantro Lime Dressing was extremely refreshing and tasty.
That dressing drizzled over the fish and salad was the real kicker here. The X-Factor so-to-speak.
Blackened Fish Taco Salad With Cilantro Lime Dressing
Recipe from Aggie's Kitchen www.aggieskitchen.com
Check out her website, it’s fabulous.
any firm white fish (mahi, tilapia, grouper)
Chef Prudhomme's Blackened Redfish Magic seasoning
red onion, sliced or chopped
Heat nonstick skillet over medium high heat. Pat fish fillet with dry paper towel, then season liberally with seasoning. Add a teaspoon or two of light oil to skillet (or nonstick spray), then gently add fish to pan. Cook for approximately 3-4 minutes, until bottom layer of fish is cooked and looks "white". Gently turn fish and cook for another 3-4 minutes or until fish is completely cooked through and flaky. Assemble salad, top with fish and Cilantro Lime Dressing and enjoy.
Cilantro Lime Dressing
1/4 cup of lime juice and white vinegar combined (1-2 limes, juiced plus white vinegar)
1/2 -3/4 cup light oil (I use grapeseed oil, but light olive oil, vegetable oil or canola oil would be great)
1 garlic clove
1 tablespoon of honey
1 bunch of cilantro
Combine all ingredients in blender or food processor. Store in airtight container or jar in refrigerator for up to 1 week.
salt and pepper to taste
You know, browsing through all those blurry pictures on my computer, it suddenly occurred to me all those blurry pictures started looking like this...
Bet THAT just made you hungry :):):)!!!!
Okay, catch ya'll later!!
Have a great Sunday!!