Check out my wife's pink taco!

Discussion in 'Camping, Hiking, Cooking' started by Evan Burck, Aug 9, 2011.

  1. Evan Burck

    Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    How did I make this culinary masterpiece? I will tell you.

    First, I make a cheese spread from the following ingredients and some olive oil.
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    I put it in the food processor and turn it in to a creamy paste.
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    I make a guacamole that involves a bunch of good shit, even cut up some mango in it. I like it with the mango, so that's how I usually do it.

    Next, I sautee up some onions. When they're done, I turn off the heat and let them simmer in some lime juice for extra awesomeness.
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    FLAME ON! Let these pink fillets soak all afternoon in a brine that involved some cumin, garlic, chilli powder, and other things I probably forgot.
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    Assembled with fresh, locally made sour cream, the fixins, cabbage for texture, and a freshly heated whole grain tortilla.
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    Big wins
     
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    Ed Call Mumbling Moderator Staff Member

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    Great meal, great photos, horrible thread title. I hope she makes you pay bigtime for that indiscretion.
     
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    bitterroot Love vintage graphite!

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    Gawd that looks good!!!!!!! Good job, Evan!:thumb:
     
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    Wunderbar!!!
    Well done Evan..........
    Just plain 'ol corn tortilla for me please.
     
  6. Josh

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    You got me Evan, I clicked just because of the title.
     
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    Josh Smestad aka Mtnwkr

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    I'd eat it ;)
     
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    So disappointed. The food looks good though.
     
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    The ones I usually make are just the seasoned fish and then cabbage slaw -sour cream, lime, jalapeno, about like Evan's first step, mixed with shredded cabbage.

    That said, the best addition I've come across is tomato-less salsa from Trader Joes. It is sort of a sweet and spicy corn and chili mix, and is incredible on fish tacos. Give it a try if you have access to a trader joes.