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Recipe of Fish Tacos with Beer
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Fish Tacos with Beer

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Delicious fish tacos, with a different seasoning, tasty and also economic. Enjoy the delights of the sea

Ingredients

8 portions
  • 500 grams Flour for Gamesa® Hot Cakes
  • 1 kilo fish fillet, rockot
  • 1 can beer
  • 2 eggs, White
  • to taste oregano
  • to taste salt and pepper
  • 1/3 cups mustard
  • 1 cabbage
  • to taste mayonnaise
  • to taste ketchup

Preparation

Wash the fish fillet well, then cut into small strips approximately 5 centimeters long and 1 centimeter wide.
To prepare the mixture, in a medium-sized bowl, add flour for hotcakes, oregano, mustard, eggs and finally beer, beat well with a hand mixer at medium speed until no lumps remain.
Once the mixture is ready, add the pieces of fish that have been previously cut and with a fork beat until all the pieces are scrambled with the mixture.
Fry in a medium skillet with the flame high and about 1/2 cup of oil of your choice, add the pieces and brown them. Then let the oil in the pieces of fish already fried be absorbed in a medium container with absorbent paper.
Heat corn tortillas and spread a bit of mayonnaise in each one, add 1 or 2 pieces of fish, cabbage to taste, ketchup and it is ready to serve.

PRESENTATION

Each serving is 4 tacos.

TIPS

It can be accompanied with a flag or pico de gallo sauce, guacamole and chili peppers with soy sauce, that gives it a lot of flavor, plus with the company of water of jamaica, horchata or barley they taste delicious!

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