Looking for a fresh, healthy summer dinner? Here is a great recipe for fish tacos that I use often in the summer when veggies and herbs are in season!
This meal is so simple and delicious. Want to make it even more enjoyable? Invite a couple of your closest friends over and eat outside on your patio or deck. Food tastes better with awesome people and fresh air :)
(Feel free to substitute the fish for chicken or beef)
-Heat 2 tbsp of butter in pan. Add shrimp and season with salt, pepper and red chili flakes. Cook until shrimp is translucent and pink (about 7-8 minutes). Put aside.
-Cut 1 cup of corn off cob and add to pan. Cook about 4 minutes. Add to plate of shrimp.
-Chop onions, cilantro, tomato, avocado and baby lettuce. Put aside on separate plate. Squeeze lime on top along with salt and pepper.
-Toast corn tortillas and assemble.
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