Fish Taco: Redux

Told ya fish tacos are on heavy rotation around here.

So, I’ll make this simple. I made the same basic fish taco as last time, except this time I used blueberry salsa. And you guys? New favorite. I may never go back to regular salsa again.

The blueberry salsa just made this pop–the tartness was perfect. This isn’t a sweet salsa. It’s savory one, but the blueberries still provide a hint of natural sweetness and stand up well to the fish and roasted jalapenos. Give it a go and let me know what you think.

Blueberry Salsa

1/2 c. fresh blueberries (if you use frozen, just thaw them first)

1/4 red onion, chopped

3-4 dashes hot sauce (preferably habanero)

Handful of fresh cilantro

Salt and pepper, to taste

Pulse all ingredients in a food processor until the ingredients come together (I chose to leave this a bit chunky).

See? Easy as pie. Easier than pie, really. I’m not sure why people think pie is easy to make. Anyway, you could add jalapenos to this, but I prefer whole roasted jalapenos as a separate “layer” of a fish taco. The salsa could easily accompany tortilla chips, roasted chicken, a hearty grilled cheese sandwich, or even a good burger.

The whole taco shebang.


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