May you eat well and exercise both physically and spiritually, so you will be fit to do what ever good God has prepared in advance for you to do, Ephesians 2:10.
The reason I am passing on this easy recipe is because it never occurred to me to make fish tacos like this before my daughter taught me, so I wondered if you would be interested too. Typically in restaurants, the fish tacos I order are served with whole pieces of fish. This recipe uses chopped pieces of fish, which makes it so much easier to cook. This would be a great recipe for an older child to learn because you don’t have to worry about the fish breaking apart when you flip it. (a task I can never get right)
I start off with 2 bags of wild caught cod and defrost it in the refrigerator. You could use any kind of fish. Cook in olive oil until done and flaky. Stir in a package of taco seasoning mix, watch out, most have MSG in the ingredients. Lastly, spoon into tortillas and add toppings. I love sour cream, cheddar, and cilantro…lots of cilantro for me please.
So there you have it. A quick simple meal with lots of fishy goodness for your family. Nutritionists say you should have fish once or twice a week.
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