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Off the Hook Fish Tacos

Posted on July 25, 2011 by Wood

2-3 lbs fresh Off the Hook* catch-of-the-week fish fillets

3T Butter/Margarine

1 Green Pepper, diced

1 Onion, diced

1 Garlic Clove, minced



3 limes

Red Cabbage, shredded

Cilantro leaves, minced


4T Sour Cream

Wood Sauce

In a nonstick skillet, saute green pepper, onion & garlic in 1T butter/margarine for a minute or two. Once that starts to get soft, add the rest of the butter/margarine, your fish and then squeeze 2 ½ whole limes up in there. Add some salt & pepper to taste. Cook the fish for about 8 minutes, until all of the fish is white and flakey. It should have started to break up by then, so go ahead and mix all that deliciousness up.


Meanwhile, in a small bowl, combine the sour cream, the juice from the remaining ½ lime and about a tablespoon (or two) of Wood Sauce.


To prepare tacos, add the fish mix to a (preferably warmed) tortilla. You may want to use some tongs to squeeze out excess juices. Top that with the red cabbage and cilantro and then cover with the oh-so-tasty sour cream/lime/Wood Sauce concoction. ¡Muy, muy bueno!


* Off the Hook is Atlantic Canada’s first Community Supported Fishery (CSF). You can substitute almost any other white, flakey fish in this recipe, but you’re not going to get anything fresher and tastier than from our good friends at Off the Hook. For more information, please visit OffTheHookCSF.ca.

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