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Old 03-08-2018, 02:23 AM
 
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Ingredients:

(1) 3 lbs. Salmon (half-frozen)
(2) 1 Small Head Red Cabbage
(3) 2 Carrots (Medium)
(4) 8 Tomatillos ( Husked and Cored)
(5) 8 Springs Cilantro (stemmed)
(6) 3 Jalapeno Peppers
(7) 1 Spanish Onion
(8) 1 Lemon
(9) 4 TBSP. Mayo
(10) 1Granny Smith Apple
(11) 2 TBSP. EVO
(12) 1 TBSP. Sugar
(13) 2 Cloves Garlic
(14) Salt
(15) Black Pepper
(16) Tortillas
(17) 1/2 Cup Water
Method:

(1) Slice Salmon into 1/4 in by 1 in strips. Squeeze 1/2 lemon for juice into bowl and toss fish strips into bowl for quick marinade (5mins or unti completely thawed).

(2) Heat Cast Iron skillet and pour EVO into it.

(3) Salt and Pepper Salmon after removing them from bowl. Add salted Salmon to heated skillet. Saute each side for 2-3 minutes...Reserve for later.

(4) Use grater to grate cabbage and carrots for making slaw. Dice Apple , 1 Jalapeno Pepper, and 1/2 Onion. Combine all (4) ingredients. Add Sugar, Mayo and Stir thoroughly. Slaw is now complete.

(5) Now blend Tomatillos, Garlic, Jalapenos, and Cilantro after adding water. Decant blender Salsa contents into bowl.

(6) Heat Tortillas and lay flat onto a plate.

(7) Fill Tortillas with Salmon strips, slaw, and salsa.

(8) Enjoy

Last edited by zeliner; 03-08-2018 at 03:12 AM..
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Old 03-08-2018, 04:08 AM
 
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Originally Posted by zeliner View Post
Ingredients:

(1) 3 lbs. Salmon (half-frozen)
(2) 1 Small Head Red Cabbage
(3) 2 Carrots (Medium)
(4) 8 Tomatillos ( Husked and Cored)
(5) 8 Springs Cilantro (stemmed)
(6) 3 Jalapeno Peppers
(7) 1 Spanish Onion
(8) 1 Lemon
(9) 4 TBSP. Mayo
(10) 1Granny Smith Apple
(11) 2 TBSP. EVO
(12) 1 TBSP. Sugar
(13) 2 Cloves Garlic
(14) Salt
(15) Black Pepper
(16) Tortillas
(17) 1/2 Cup Water
Method:

(1) Slice Salmon into 1/4 in by 1 in strips. Squeeze 1/2 lemon for juice into bowl and toss fish strips into bowl for quick marinade (5mins or unti completely thawed).

(2) Heat Cast Iron skillet and pour EVO into it.

(3) Salt and Pepper Salmon after removing them from bowl. Add salted Salmon to heated skillet. Saute each side for 2-3 minutes...Reserve for later.

(4) Use grater to grate cabbage and carrots for making slaw. Dice Apple , 1 Jalapeno Pepper, and 1/2 Onion. Combine all (4) ingredients. Add Sugar, Mayo and Stir thoroughly. Slaw is now complete.

(5) Now blend Tomatillos, Garlic, Jalapenos, and Cilantro after adding water. Decant blender Salsa contents into bowl.

(6) Heat Tortillas and lay flat onto a plate.

(7) Fill Tortillas with Salmon strips, slaw, and salsa.

(8) Enjoy
Add juice of other half of lemon to slaw before stirring.
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Old 03-08-2018, 05:57 AM
 
Location: North State (California)
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looks great, I might make this when I take the salmon out of the freezer.
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