My sister in law Cheryl was so kind to get me a subscription to the Food Network magazine for my birthday, I was looking through it the other day and I saw a great fish taco recipe. The taco looks so good, light and refreshing, perfect for one of these hot June nights we have been getting. I used the concept of the recipe but my husband and I changed the way the fish was done. This was my first time to ever eat a fish taco; I loved it a great deal. The flavor was simply incredible and it was extremely easy to prepare.
3 - Eggs (beaten)
1 C. - Flour
2 C. - Fresh Grated Parmesan Cheese
4 - Tilapia Fillets
2 Tbs. - Johnny's Garlic Season
Soft Tortilla Wraps
Pica De Gallo
Pace Pineapple Mango Chipotle Salsa
Place 3 shallow dishes on the counter, in one place the eggs, in another the flour and Johnny's in the last is the Parmesan cheese. Dip one piece of fish into the egg then into the flour, shake off the excess and dip into the egg again then into the cheese pressing firmly to get a good coating. Do the same with the remaining fish. Cook on a preheated electric skillet at 325 degrees for 5-8 minutes on each side or until the cheese is golden brown and crispy. Lay out one tortilla wrap and on one side lay down some lettuce shreds, place 2 pieces of fish on top then spoon on some salsa and pica de gallo.
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