Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Fish Tacos

Every time someone in our house asks the age-old question "What's for supper?", Tim responds with "Fish tacos." Heck, he uses it for a response to ANY question.

"What do you want for your birthday?"

"Fish tacos."

"What did so-and-so give you for that job?"

"Fish tacos."

"What should we give so-and-so for a wedding gift?"

"Fish tacos."

You get the point. So I decided I needed a good recipe for fish tacos. I couldn't find one that sounded good and was also sorta healthy. So I made up my own tonight. They turned out awesome. Even Amelia scarfed 'em back. I also "invented" a low point rice and beans side.


1 box of Gortons Garlic and Herb Fish Fillets
flour or corn tortillas
broccoli slaw
1/2 c of Newman's Own Light Lime Vinagrette

Bake fish according to pkg. directions. Toss broccoli slaw with dressing. Slice each fish fillet in half the long way. Place one fish fillet (two halves) on a tortilla. Top with slaw.


1 c brown rice, cooked
1 can pinto beans, drained
3/4 c salsa

Warm beans. Add salsa til cooked through. Stir into rice.

That's it. AWESOME and loaded with fiber.

1 comment:

Kary said...

suprisingly not so bad. madeline gagged~had a meltdown and sass-talked so bad that she will be eathing this for breakfast also. you would have thought i wrapped worms in a tort.