Claire Corlett

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Grilled Fish Tacos with Sriracha Sour Cream | Week 13 Taco Tuesday Cookbook Recipe!

Grilled Fish Tacos with Sriracha Sour Cream | Week 13 Taco Tuesday Cookbook Recipe!

– We’re bringing on the
heat for Taco Tuesday. This week with these grilled fish tacos with sriracha sour cream. It’s time for another
round of Taco Tuesday, and I’m so excited about this recipe. In case you have no idea
what I’m talking about and landed here while
on your YouTube binge, I am Laura and I’d like to welcome you to my Taco Tuesday series where I cook a new taco recipe
from my Taco Tuesday Cookbook every week for a year. It’s fun, they’re delicious,
and it’s everything you need to make taco night the
best night of the week. (beeping) ‘Cause I’m having a taco moment. (bouncy, playful music) I’m like, oh my God! (beeping) This week’s recipe is my grill fish tacos with sriracha sour cream. I love this recipe, because A, it’s built around one of my favorite spicy
condiments, sriracha, B, it’s so easy to make, and C, it’s a refreshing and quick recipe that’s perfect for a fast and easy dinner. To start, I’m gonna combine the olive oil, juice of one lime, and
my sriracha seasoning into a gallon zip bag. Now the recipe for the sriracha seasoning can be found in my Taco Tuesday Cookbook, and believe me, you’re
gonna want to make your own, because it’s the spicy fairy dust for food I use on chicken, shrimp, steak, grilled veggies, everything! All right, so next I’m going
to add my fish into the bag. I prefer to use cod or
mahi-mahi for this recipe because I want a thicker, firmer fish which holds up a lot better
through the cooking process. Just seal and refrigerate
it for 15 to 30 minutes, and while you prep the other ingredients, fold a lot of laundry, in
my house usually the latter, meanwhile let’s get the
sriracha sour cream going. In this medium bowl I’m gonna
combine plain sour cream with the juice of one lime and 1/2 a teaspoon of
that sriracha seasoning. Give it a whisk. (snappy, playful music) I’m gonna transfer this into my awesome little drizzle bottle. While the fish is marinating,
I’m gonna toss together the shredded cabbage with cilantro and a few slices of fresh jalapeno, which is, of course, optional. The slaw adds a really nice, fresh, crunchy texture to the taco that you don’t wanna miss. And you guys already know I have a thing for crunchy textures. All right, the rest of
the ingredients are ready, so let’s get the fish out
of the fridge and cook it. Whoo, I can smell the
spices and I love it! By the way, if you or your
kids are not as excited about spicy foods as I am,
cut down the seasoning a bit and add extra sour cream at the end. You’ll be good. So in this large skillet I’m going to heat a little bit of oil. I’m gonna place the fish
filets in the skillet and cook for about five minutes. You want the bottom to get a nice golden brown crispy texture. So these filets are looking perfect. I’m gonna give them a gentle flip and cook for another four to five minutes. I’m gonna warm up some tortillas while the fish finishes cooking. You can warm them up in
the microwave, in the oven, on a pan, or my favorite,
over the open flame. All right, so the fish is ready. Let me turn off the heat
and give it a coarse chop. This way, each taco will get a few nice pieces of tender fish. Mm, my mouth is watering already. I cannot wait to assemble. So first I’m gonna place
a small layer of the slaw onto each tortilla. Sprinkle with a shredded cheese. Top with a few pieces of
fish, salsa, sriracha, and last but not least,
a little extra cilantro. Dreams do come true. This taco is off the charts! The spicy sriracha with the
tender fish and crunchy slaw, it deserves a second bite. You’ve got to check the
link right below this video for the recipe, which is inside
the Taco Tuesday Cookbook. If you love tacos as much as I do and wanna celebrate every
single week for a year, as we cook our way through the Taco book in this Taco Tuesday series, make sure to click that
red subscribe button. It’s free, and it’s gonna give
you something to talk about every single week. See you next time. (bouncy, playful music)

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