These fish tacos are very light because the trout were baked instead of the usual drench-battered cod(or salmon) filet and deep-fried version. I only had 4 baked trout when I made this so I decided to pick the meat off of the leftover chicken wings from a hot wings night to serve a substantial dinner. This would be great for lunch too by the way...
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Spanish rice (or cilantro rice) would be the typical rice accompaniment for the known Mexican favorite dishes like burrito, enchiladas, and quesadillas. I did my own twist by using dirty rice for a Cajun flavor with this beef burrito. It’s good if you can make the dirty rice from scratch but if you’re busy opt for the mixes that are readily available in any grocery stores. Zatarain’s is a good brand to get but the store-brands like Great Value of Wal-Martare good too. The instruction in the box includes adding ground meat to the dirty rice but since I was making a steak burrito, that meat part for the rice was omitted.
I have been dying to make fish tacos ever since I saw Bobby Flay’s Fish Taco Throwdown episode. If you’re a patient enough person making fish tacos is not that hard at all. There’s just a lot of deep frying involved but it’s also ok to skip one deep-frying step. That’s exactly what I did. I also changed a couple of components which if you are a fish taco aficionado, you’ll see them instantly in the picture…