This is a wonderfully healthy and delicious seasonal topping for grilled fish or seafood tacos and you can use whatever fresh fruit is in season: mangos, papaya, kiwi, peaches, nectarines, etc. The recipe was given to me by an oncology nurse who has witnessed the healing powers of good nutrition. The bonus is that it also tastes amazing and is wonderful over grilled fish or shrimp or served with fish and shrimp tacos. It seems to lend itself to Mexican seafood dishes so well because of the tropical nature of the fruit and the avocados! It’s fabulous for warm summer evenings!
This rice vermicelli and dried squid salad inspired by a classic Khmer noodle salad, though there is a lot of Thai and Vietnamese influence in this recipe. Rice noodles served with crisp vegetables, grilled dried squid, fresh herbs and sweet-tangy dressing. Khmer noodle or num banh chok made from fermented rice and has a unique flavor. It is one of the most famous Khmer cuisines in Cambodia. There are many variations of num banh chock dishes, one of them is num banh chock somlar prahar. Warm rice noodles topped with fish gravy and crisp raw vegetables, it is so fresh, healthy and perfect to eat during the Summer season. If you make this Rice Vermicelli and Dried Squid Salad, be sure to leave a comment and tag me on Instagram! Love to hear from you. Follow my Pinterest and Instagram to get more recipes and cooking ideas! Related article: Shiso Pistou Recipe Rice Vermicelli and Dried Squid Salad Ingredients 100g rice vermicelli 1 large cucumber, deseeded 2 Thai eggplant, julienne 1 small green mango, peeled and julienne 1 green cherry apple, peeled and julienne 1 shallot, sliced 2 dried squid, soaked in warm water, grill and cut into bite-size pieces a handful of cilantro …
A superb orange and onion flavored salsa that is not only great with chips but awesome with tacos, fish and chicken.
This Spicy Apple Salsa is both Tart & Spicy at the same time! Especially good on Fish Tacos but just as good with Tortilla Chips.
Beer Battered Fish Tacos with Pomegranate Guacamole
Taco is a traditional Mexican dish made from corn or wheat flour tortilla folded around beef, chicken, fish or veggie fillings. A taco is served with garnishes like Guacamole , salsa tomatoes, meat etc.
A Mashup between classical creamy coleslaw and Mexican beloved guacamole, with fresh cilantro and lime/lemon. It's surely The perfect sidedish for BBQ season or taco night! healthy and creamy avocado coleslaw Super rapid to make in the food processor and ultra healthy, this side dish is perfect for anything grilled on the BBQ this summer!
Shrimp Tacos with Mango Salsa are a super flavorful and satisfying meal that is perfect for spring and summer months.
Tacos are such a versatile food and can be filled with any protein you like. These tacos are stuffed with marinated, grilled shrimp and topped with a fresh roasted tomatillo salsa. Once you've made the salsa (the recipe makes 2 pints and can be made ahead and frozen), it takes no time at all to marinate and grill the shrimp. This would make for a quick weeknight meal for the family or an impressive dish for a weekend cookout.
The first thing you might think of when you hear the words "fish tacos" are probably Baja-style tacos filled with crispy fried fish. This easy Asian salmon tacos with mango salsa recipe is the best way to eat salmon! Spicy salmon with a cool, crunchy salsa. Simple and healthy in about 20...
Fresh tomato salsa recipe aka pico de gallo recipe easy is one of the most popular salsa recipes around the world. It is easy to make, delicious and bursting with refreshing flavours. This tomato salsa recipe is the amalgamation of finely chopped tomatoes, onion, garlic, coriander leaves, green chilli or jalapeno, fresh lemon juice, olive oil, pinch of oregano and lot of seasonings. It is mostly served as a side with tortilla chips or as salad with grilled fish or meat or with tostadas, tacos, burritos, quesadillas, pinto etc.
In a salsa I'm topping on grilled chicken, I'm combining the strawberries with juicy peaches, garden chives, and a touch of fresh lime. Simply delish.
Delicious summer smoked mackerel salad is a combination of smoked mackerel with apples, brought to taste with pickles, capers, lemon juice and mayonnaise.
Adapted from The Food Processor Family Cookbook (Sonoma Press, 2016), by Nicki SizemoreThese healthy shrimp tacos feature sautéed (or grilled!) shrimp, a vibrant cilantro lime pesto (which you’ll want to slather on everything), creamy avocados and crunchy cabbage. It’s a quick and easy weeknight meal that feels damn special. The pumpkin seeds for the pesto need to soak for 6-10 hours (see the recipe below), so start them in the morning or the night before. You can either sauté the shrimp in a skillet, or you can grill them. To grill the shrimp, toss them in 1 tablespoon of olive oil and season them with salt and pepper. Thread the shrimp onto skewers (you can see how I do this this post), or cook them directly in a grill pan over medium-high heat.
This flavorful Coctel de Camarones (Mexican Shrimp Cocktail) is a delightfully fresh and tasty combination of shrimp, avocado, cucumber, tomatoes, onion, and jalapeno in a clam and tomato sauce! Serve as the perfect appetizer for your taco night, or as a light meal of it's own!
These Healthy Baked Chicken Taquitos are exploding with tender shredded chicken, green salsa, melted cheese and taco seasonings, delivering big Mexican flavor without the guilt.
Blueberries are not only great on pancakes, toast and in muffins, you could also use them to spice up savory dishes. Blueberries, with their sweet yet discreet flavor is perfect to mix in salads or as a sauce. The sweet and salty combination will definitely liven up your meals. We are huge fans of homemade salsa but instead of using fresh tomatoes (Which is usually the default choice), I’ve decided to make it with fresh blueberries! This simple yet delicious homemade blueberry salsa makes a perfect topping for your favorite tacos, nachos and of course this crispy potato patty! Store leftover salsa in an air-tight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
For perfectly cooked salmon, look no further than your slow cooker! The gentle heat of the slow cooker is ideal for rendering salmon fillets flaky and moist. In this recipe, a quick chili spice rub gives the fish loads of flavor, although you can use any spice mix you like, or you can keep it simple with just salt and pepper. The salmon is delicious all on its own, but I like to turn it into a nutritious, flavor-packed meal with cooked grains, shaved red cabbage, avocado (or any veggies you like) and a Creamy Cilantro Yogurt Sauce or Green Sauce (make the sauce while the salmon cooks). The salmon is also delicious in tacos! Wrap the flaked salmon in tortillas with shaved cabbage, avocado and the yogurt sauce, or keep it simple with shredded Romaine lettuce, sour cream and your favorite salsa. Be sure to use low heat for this recipe, not high (high heat isn’t as consistent and will overcook the fish). This fuss-free technique can also be used for other fish varieties, such as halibut or swordfish. For more slow cooker fish recipes, check out my book, Fresh Flavors for the Slow Cooker!
One of my favorite cuisines is Mexican. I think I eat more Mexican food than anyone I know. Chips and salsa are a must when I eat or serve Mexican food. I don't like store-bought salsas. So, here's a great salsa for those summer days to come, along with the tacos and bbqs you'll be having. I'm sure you and your guests will enjoy this one! I make it with habanero peppers. If you don't like spicy food or can't handle too much spice, you can substitute it with jalapeños or just skip the peppers com
A recipe for Easy Salmon with Smoked Almond and Orange Salsa. Juicy and velvety salmon with a crunchy, spicy, and sweet salsa - all in under 30 minutes!