What to have?
This dinner started with one fish, two fish. Sole thawed from the freezer.
And then I kept putting ingredients on the counter to build a meal
Three fruit + veggies.
Four blue corn tortillas.
Yogurt, coconut, coriander, ginger, red pepper, coconut.
They all seemed like classic Caribbean fish taco ingredients to me!
[The sweet potato was put back ]
We seasoned the fish with salt, coriander, garlic gold nuggets and orange zest and seared them in a pan.
We sauteed half a head of cabbage, chopped, with 1 crown of broccoli and the orange segments in some olive oil and then added pinches of the seasonings to finish.
The tortillas were oven-heated!
Topped with greek yogurt, coconut and a bit of Sailor’s Swagger hot sauce. FYI, I would not recommend these Whole Foods blue corn tortillas. They were quite dry and a bit blah. I think they needed salt?
Extras on the side
Matt and I are not huge TV people – mostly because the past few years have been really busy. But now-a-days, we love to snuggle on the couch and catch up on our shows. Just watched the show Brewmasters about Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA we just had in Boston recently!
Mrs. Pea’s dough balls are downright fabulous, but I gotta say, they aren’t very similar to Annie The Baker’s. These are dry and crumbly – but very doughy and almost no-bake-ish. Annie The Baker’s are more like a real cookie with dough in the middle. But despite the difference, both are totally awesome takes on dough and I heart dough in all shapes and forms! May be making these for my family’s Christmas next week! [Oh, and Rosie’s Best cookie was great too – like a Biscoff!]
Good night, my fish!