Caribbean Dream Fish Tacos
During one spring break, my family and I took a cruise around the Caribbean. Of course we ordered flying-fish sandwiches, which were crispy, flaky, light, and delicate. Obviously, we don’t have flying fish in the United States, but those memories inspired me to create my own version of the fish dish. I wanted to take the flavors of the Caribbean and incorporate them into my own tacos.
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- 1 Tablespoon olive oil
- 1 Pound tilapia fillets
- 5 corn tortillas
- 2 limes
- 1 avocado, peeled, pitted, and sliced
- 1/2 head cabbage, shredded
- Salsa, for garnish
Calories Per Serving259
Folate equivalent (total)99µg25%
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Taco Tuesday: Baja Lion Fish Tacos
Let’s talk about Lion Fish! If you don’t know what a Lion Fish are a flourishing invasive species in U.S. Southeast and Caribbean coastal waters. This invasive species has the potential to harm reef ecosystems because it is a top predator that competes for food and space with overfished native stocks such as snapper and grouper. But to top it off the spines of this species deliver a venomous sting that can last for days and cause extreme pain, sweating, respiratory distress, and even paralysis. Thus, its best to kill any Lion fish that you see while spear fishing. But heres the good news, Lion fish taste really good! The venom is in the spines not the meat. So once those spines are off the meat is sweet and delicious. So while your doing good for the underwater ecosystem your actually making your tummy very happy as well!
So here is my recipe for fried Lion Fish Tacos!
Baja Lion Fish Tacos
Yield: 4 ServingsAuthor: Bri Van Scotter- Wilderness To Table
PREP TIME: 15 MINCOOK TIME: 10 MINTOTAL TIME: 25 MIN
Save the reefs eat Lion Fish Tacos!
Baja Lion Fish Tacos
1 pound lion fish meat, cut into 1 inch pieces or strips
1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
4 cups peanut oil or vegetable oil
1/2 head of cabbage, sliced thin
1/2 jalapeño, seeds removed and minced
3 tablespoons distilled vinegar
Pat the lion fish pieces dry with a clean paper towel.
In a medium mixing bowl combine the flour, cornstarch, beer, baking powder, salt, pepper and chili powder, whisk everything until well combined and there are not lumps.
Heat a 6-8 quart Dutch oven over high heat, add the peanut or vegetable oil to the pot. Once the temperature reaches 350F, turn the the heat to medium-low. Use a thermometer to maintain the 350F.
Take the Lion fish pieces and place them in the batter. Working in two batches add half of the battered lion fish to the oil. Fry until golden brown and fully cooked, about 3-4 minutes. Use a strainer to remove the fish and set on a clean plate lined with a paper towel. Immediately season the fried fish with salt. Repeat the cooking process with the other half of fish.
To make the cabbage slaw, mix the sliced cabbage, jalapeños, garlic and vinegar in a large mixing bowl. Toss everything together and set aside.
To make the crema, in a small bowl combine the sour cream, lime zest, and lime juice. Mix everything until well combined.
Assemble your tacos: Take 1-2 tortillas, add the fried lion fish, top with the cabbage slaw and crema! Enjoy with a Margarita or Cold Beer!
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This Carnitas Tacos recipe comes from Aarón Sánchez, an award-winning Mexican-American chef and TV personality. His tacos are a family favorite at large gatherings. Boneless pork shoulder is refrigerated overnight in a spiced brine, then baked in rendered pork fat until tender. The meat is tossed with chipotle peppers, orange, and lime juice before assembling on tortillas with crema, pickled red onions and/or jalapeño peppers, cucumber slices, and cilantro.
Chipotles en adobo are morita chipotles preserved in a tomato chile sauce called adobo. They can be found canned in the international section of most larger supermarkets.
Mexican crema is a dairy product similar to sour cream, but a bit thinner and more mild. It is available in some larger grocery stores and markets specializing in Mexican products. Aarón recommends substituting with sour cream for the Carnitas Tacos if you are unable to locate crema.
How To Make Shrimp Tacos
While the recipe for these bang bang shrimp tacos may look a tad daunting, I promise everything comes together in a cinch making it perfect for an easy weeknight dinner. The sauce can even be made ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator until you’re ready to use it.
- Make the bang bang sauce. Get the bang bang sauce recipe here.
- Make the easy shrimp taco slaw. Mix together cabbage, cilantro, and onions. Drizzle olive oil, white vinegar, honey, and salt on the cabbage and toss to combine. Store in the refrigerator until you’re ready to eat.
- Make the tortillas if you’re making them from scratch. Here’s the paleo tortillas recipe I used, but I also love this recipe with one-ingredient plaintain tortillas or pre-made cassava tortillas, or even without tortillas eaten as a salad instead!
- Cook the shrimp. Toss the shrimp with tapioca, and then fry until they have a golden, crispy crust. Toss with the bang bang shrimp tacos sauce.
- Assemble the bang bang shrimp tacos. Place the slaw into the tortilla, top with shrimp, and drizzle with Sriracha if desired. Enjoy!
Marley Kitchen partners with Chef’d to bring their family recipes to your doorstep
Marley Kitchen and Chef’d, America’s first and only online meal kit marketplace, today announced a collaboration that gives consumers the opportunity to create family favorite recipes of the Marley’s right at home. Through this co-branded initiative, consumers are able to browse and order from a collection of fresh, Caribbean-inspired recipes created by four members of the beloved family – Rita, Cedella, Ziggy, and Rohan. Through its flexible fulfillment and delivery capabilities, Chef’d will provide customers with the recipes and pre-portioned, fresh and ready-to-cook ingredients within 24-48 hours of their order.
“We grew up celebrating and paying homage to our family’s Jamaican roots – both
through music and through food,” said Ziggy Marley, Grammy Award-winning musician,
cookbook author and eldest son of Bob and Rita Marley. “This collection of recipes
gives everyone the chance to enjoy the bright, delicious flavors of our culture that nourish
both the body and the soul.”
Available now with additional meals launching throughout the year, the Marley Kitchen
recipes offered through www.Chef’d.com emphasize whole ingredients and bold island
- feature plant-based dishes for holistic clean living
- Pumpkin Chili
- Kale Bake
- Mango Granola
- Callaloo and Smoky Gouda Fried Dumpling
- Jerk Tofu Tacos with Black Bean Mango Salsa
- Guava Cream Cheese Stuffed Banana Muffins
- Brown Rice and Salmon Bowl
- Roasted Yam Tart with Summer Quinoa Salad
- Coconut Dream Fish with Jamaican Rice and Peas
- Coconut-Almond- Crusted French Toast with Coffee and Rum Whipped Cream
- Lentil and White Bean Burgers flavored with Marley Coffee Spice Blend and Roasted Root Vegetables
- Coconut Curry Root Vegetable Stew with a Coffee Broth
- Peppers & Hot Sauce
- Local Specialties
“At Chef’d, we are committed to providing consumers with high-quality, distinctively delicious meal experiences created with fresh, whole ingredients,” said Kyle Ransford, founder and CEO of Chef’d. “Marley Kitchen embodies that wholesome, natural way of eating, and we look forward to giving Marley fans a convenient way to experience the flavors of the family’s vibrant, storied heritage without even having to leave home.”
Since launching in 2015, Chef’d is widely regarded as having revolutionized the meal kit category through the company’s level of choice, re-ordering flexibility, and cost savings. Chef’d offers customers the unique ability to shop from a selection of more than 1,600 meals at any time without the hassle of membership or subscription fees. The company, which has partnered with established chefs, notable culinary personalities and trusted organizations, further sets itself apart through the ability to fulfill fresh ingredients direct to consumers on a national basis for major brands and offers its meal solutions both via ecommerce and at retail locations nationwide.
BEST GROUPER RECIPES
Here are ten of the best grouper recipes we could find on the web.
We did our best to find ones that were easy and fun.
Let us know in the comments if we missed any of your favorite grouper recipes.
Note that these grouper recipes are in no particular order.
1. Grilled Grouper with Lemon and Herbs
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This flaky grouper recipe with lemon and herbs turns each meal into a magical moment. Ideal for lunch or dinner, this dish is both healthy and delicious. You wouldn’t even think that it only takes 10-15 minutes from grill to plate.
Sprinkle a mix of dried fennel seed, basil, red pepper, garlic, and parsley. Then, drizzle a little olive oil and some fresh lemon juice over the fresh grouper.
Hack: Wrap your fillet with an aluminum foil to keep it fresh and juicy – giving your culinary masterpiece an added flavor. This trick also makes the ‘cleaning’ of your grill less stressful.
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Watch this video to learn how to grill your grouper the easiest way.
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2. Fresh Grouper Fillet Over Pasta
If you love pasta and you love grouper, then you will absolutely love this grouper pasta dish.
This quick and easy grouper recipe lets you indulge in each bite while giving you the freedom to add more ingredients that you think will enhance its texture and flavor. Fish and pasta make a yummy duo – just so spectacular that you keep your family members and dinner guests asking for more.
Satisfy your taste buds today, grab the recipe here.
3. Grouper Caprese
Fresh grouper is perfect for this grouper ‘caprese’ recipe. It’s actually a very simple seafood recipe made with lots of fresh and healthy ingredients.
Perfect for those busy mom and dad out there who don’t have the luxury of time to prepare meals but still want to give everyone in the family, especially the kids some luscious yet nutritious mealtime. This is likewise ideal for those fellows who are on a diet – a low carb, gluten-free feast!
Layer alternating slices of fish, tomatoes, and mozzarella, adding a basil leaf between each, on a large, shallow platter. Drizzle the dish with extra-virgin olive oil and season with salt and pepper, to taste.
4. Grilled Grouper with Oranges and Olives
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It’s a must: All summer meals should satisfy everyone’s taste buds. Don’t fret, it needs not to be expensive and time-consuming. The trick is to have the ability to turn simple and easy-to-prepare recipes into some gastronomic banquet.
One great way to go is to serve this simple Mediterranean dish that you only need to snatch 15 minutes of your time. Big chunks of juicy fillets of grilled fish, slightly charred on the outside, yet moist and flaky on the inside, enhance by onion rings, zesty
Big chunks of juicy fillets of grilled fish, slightly charred on the outside, yet moist and flaky on the inside, enhance by onion rings, zesty tangerine, and saline olives, absolutely make a festive lunch or dinner. Unleash the recipe
Chef Note: Any grilled fish recipe that has barely cooked fish tastes way better than over cooked fish so don’t overcook your grouper!
Grilling Hack: Throwing a little bunch of aromatic herbs into the barbecue grill can do wonders on the fish dish – giving it an amazing scent that magically makes you crave more for some appetizing BBQ delights. You may choose from rosemary, oregano, basil, cilantro, mint and thyme.
5. Lemon-Butter Grouper Fish Tacos
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Got a picky eater in your family?
Worry no more, this simple, easy yet nourishing grouper taco dish can do the trick. You’ll love this for three reasons: It only takes 10 minutes to prepare, it’s a complete meal, and of course, it’s a flavorful and hearty family feast.
The non-fishy-tasting magic of a grouper, its mild flavor, and its firm, lean, flaky, white meat, as well as the sweet citrus tang of lemon, really does the magic. Well, you can always put some twists on this one-skillet recipe.
Tweak: Either you serve it with rice and side salad tonight, or slice it for fish tacos with lettuce, tomatoes, cheese and your fave dressing or sauce for the next day. Whichever you choose – it’s always a blast for everyone.
Check out the full recipe here.
Struggling To Catch As Many Grouper As You Want?
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6. Pecan Crusted Grouper
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What most foodies love about this grouper dish is the fillet’s light, mild flavor. Crusted in ground crispy pecans and pan-sautéed in tallow, this can really make you thanks its variety of texture and tang.
Never undermine its blend of rich flavors. The next time you’d cook your freshly caught grouper, rest assured that it is no longer bland and dry… never again!
Click here for the full pecan crusted grouper recipe.
7. Blackened Grouper
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Aside from the joy every angler feels whenever catching grouper, this savory, lean and flaky white fish also satisfies everyone’s cravings. Bursting with flavors and variety of texture, this broiled grouper recipe is best served with some grilled vegetables or some fresh salads for a totally healthy meal.
Note: Be mindful to only broil the fish under the hot broiler for just a few minutes so that it remains crispy on top and perfectly tender and moist on the inside.
Grouper fillets tend to be meatier than typical whitefish like tilapia, so they are flakier, moister, and overall a real treat. It’s all worth it!
Get the full blackened grouper recipe here.
8. Smokey Grouper with Spinach
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Been wanting to surprise your special someone with a scrumptious candlelit dinner? Well, you can always make a “DIY” romantic date with him or her in just a snap of a finger without overspending with this grouper over spinach meal.
Smoked paprika and Italian seasoning make this a simply delicious take on sautéed fish. You may likewise add some white wine to the pan along with the olive oil and butter for a flavorful sauce.
This undeniably makes a sweet feast for the two of you.
Get the full recipe for two here.
9. Red Grouper with Tomato Braised Fennel
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Every meal is extra special whenever the family sits together to enjoy a yummy and nurturing platter. This unique grouper dish though quick and easy promises a flavorful and enticing dining experience.
The distinct blend of tomato, orange juice, white wine, garlic, shallots, and orange zest makes a tangy and appetizing sauce. Don’t forget to simmer the fennel until it gets tender before serving.
10. Grouper Chowder
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The grouper family is perhaps the most popular saltwater food fish in the United States and even in some parts of the world. And the great news is that grouper even does amazingly well in chowder!
This grouper chowder recipe contains, onions, bell pepper, potatoes, tomatoes, lime juice and spices that make it extra wholesome and rewarding.
This Caribbean cuisine simply makes you feel pampered — something that you truly deserve after a day’s work or a tiring routine.
Another Grouper Soup Recipe That You Should Try:
This video does not only give you useful information about making a grouper soup but also teaches you how to fillet a fish and use its head and bones for an extra delicious fish stock/broth.
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Voila, with all these awesome grouper recipes, you’ll surely have something new can try the next time you land some grouper.
Did we miss any amazing grouper recipes?
Feel free to hit the comment section and share your favorite way to cook grouper or any other grouper recipes.
Delicious Foods & Drinks You Need to Try in the Caribbean
Look, we know better than anyone how amazing the buffet and all of those great restaurants are on your cruise ship. But we hope that when you set sail on a cruise—a Caribbean cruise, in particular—that you save some room for eating and drinking in port, too. That’s because this region is famous for a whole table-full of delicious dishes and refreshing beverages and it would be a shame to miss a taste or two.
There are a number of Caribbean destinations that are famous for their coffee, but none quite as renowned as Jamaica, where a cup of Blue Mountain Coffee is a must. It’s strong and smooth and absolutely delicious, all on account of its source, Blue Mountain Peak, the highest spot in Jamaica and one of the highest mountains in the Caribbean. You can sample some when you cruise to Jamaican ports such as Montego Bay, Ocho Rios and Falmouth. Another cruise destination where coffee lovers will want to sample the local brew is Costa Rica.
Coffee lovers, sail over to Jamaica this January onboard Carnival Breeze!
There’s nothing like fresh fruit on a warm day, so it’s natural that it makes a fantastic food to sample on your day in port. Every destination you can cruise to is bound to have delicious local fruit, but some special places to take note of include: the Virgin Islands, where you can sample starfruit or carambola St. Lucia, where green bananas are called figs and, again, Jamaica, which has a slew of interesting fruits, chief among them, ackee, which you’ll find on most Jamaican breakfast plates. Dominica, known for its abundant nature, also has great fruit, as does the Dominican Republic.
Peppers & Hot Sauce
If “some like it hot,” they’ll want to high-tail it to the Caribbean, where almost every island nation has its own variety of hot peppers and different blends of hot sauce. To determine which is the best to try in your port, visit a local eatery and see what they offer on their tables—or ask a local. Jamaica and St. Lucia again top many heat-seekers lists, along with the Virgin Islands and Barbados.
Spice up your vacation and head over to St. Lucia.
Eating the local specialties is a great way to get an authentic, well, taste, for the islands you’re visiting. Given the Caribbean’s rich and varied history, with influences from all around the globe, there is a wide variety of dishes to sample if you take this approach. Just some of the highlights include: Bajan flying fish with cou cou in Barbados a caldo in Belize tacos and quesadillas in Cozumel roti in Dominica and jerk chicken in Jamaica. You’ll also want to scoop up some chocolate in Cozumel.
Whether you’re looking for caldos in Belize or tacos in Cozumel, sail onboard Carnival Dream for a culinary adventure.
Rum punches and other fruity concoctions are easy to come by in most Caribbean cruise ports. We’re talking colorful drinks with names like Bahama Mama, Painkiller, Pina Colada and The Goombay Smash! Local non-alcoholic drinks, like fresh fruit juice and lemonades, are also great bets for hydrating on your day of exploration. You may have heard about the health benefits of coconut water—don’t miss the chance to try it the best way possible on your cruise. Yes, that would be straight out of the coconut!
If you like piña coladas… then be sure to cruise to San Juan, the birthplace of this famous rum, coconut and pineapple cocktail.
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Dreams About Fish – Interpretation and Meaning
Dreaming of a fish swimming. If you have seen in your dream that a fish is swimming, then it refers to your subconscious mind. There is also another interpretation of this dream. If a fish was swimming at the bottom of the water, then it is a sign that you will be in a dangerous situation soon. On the other hand, if a fish was swimming on the surface, it is a symbol of wealth and good fortune.
Also, a dream in which you have seen a fish swimming can be a symbol of conception. It is known that many pregnant women are dreaming of a swimming fish.
Dreaming of a fish coming out from your body. In most cases a pregnant woman is dreaming of a fish that is coming out from her body. This dream indicates that this woman will have a baby girl.
Dreaming of eating a fish. If you dream that you are eating a fish, this dream has a spiritual connotation and it usually refers to your beliefs. Also, it can symbolize luck and energy.
Alternatively, if you have seen in your dream that you were fishing and then eating the fish, it means that someone in your family or someone from your friends has a serious illness.
Dreaming of cooking a fish. If you have dreamed that you were cooking a fish, it can mean that you have new spiritual knowledge, so you are able to do many new things in your life.
Dreaming of cleaning a fish. If you are dreaming of cleaning a fish, it means that you keep your feelings repressed and most people find it difficult to understand you. This dream is warning you to express your emotions and your opinions to other people without any fears.
Dreaming of buying fish. If you have dreamed of buying fish, it is a bad symbol. You will have problems with your health in a future period or someone in your family will be sick. Also, a dream about buying fish can symbolize greed.
Dreaming of catching a fish from dirty water. If you had such dream, it means that you will have many difficulties and problems at work. It is possible that some important people will make obstacles on your way to success.
Dreaming of killing a fish. If you have dreamed of killing a fish, it is a good sign. This dream means that you will defeat your enemies in the near future.
Dreaming of a small fish. If you dream of a small fish, it means that you will lose something in the near future. It is also possible that you will experience a damage.
Dreaming of a big fish. If you have seen in your dream a fish that is big, then it means that you will be the subject of many gossips in a following period. People will talk lies about you and you will be in a very uncomfortable situation.
Dreaming that a small fish attacks a big fish. If you have seen in your dream that a small fish is trying to attack a big fish, then it means that you should not underestimate anyone. The size of someone has nothing to do with the power.
Dreaming that a big fish attacks you. If you have seen in your dream that a big fish attacks you, it means that you are trying to avoid an emotional problem that you have, so it can turn into a bigger problem later. It is possible that you supress you emotions too much, so it is time to express them.
Dreaming that a big fish wants to eat you. If you are dreaming that there is a big fish that is trying to eat you, it indicates that there are some people around you who use their power to harm you. You should not believe them too much because they are not your true friends.
Dreaming of a sea fish. If you have seen a sea fish in your dream, then it means that you will have a lot of luck in a future period. You will win something and you will have a lot of money, so you don’t have to worry. There is a very successful period in front of you.
Dreaming of a white fish. A dream about a white fish indicates that you will be very happy in love. If you are alone, you will meet a very important person and you will start with her a new relationship. However, if you are already in a relationship, it will become even stronger in a future period.
Dreaming of catching a white fish. If you have dreamed that you catched a white fish, then it indicates that you are thinking about your spiritual concepts and beliefs.
Dreaming of a flying fish. A flying fish in your dream indicates that you will overcome all the difficulties in a future period.
Dreaming of a dead fish. If you have dreamed of a dead fish, it means that you will be disappointed in a future period. You will lose your power and also a lot of money.
Dreaming of lots of dead fish. If you have seen lots of dead fish in your dream, it is the symbol of loneliness, sadness and suffery that you may expect in the near future.
Dreaming of a fish with legs. If you have seen in your dream that a fish has legs, it means that it is time for you to expand your knowledge. You should move on and make some changes in your life.
Dreaming of a boiled fish. If you have dreamed of a boiled fish, it means that you will lose something or someone very important to you.
Dreaming of a heavy fish. A heavy fish in your dream always symbolizes a danger, so you should be more careful in the future.
Dreaming of fish bones. If you dream about fish bones, then this dream refers to your old thoughts and views. You have learned a lot from your previous experiences and you have gained much knowledge from your past.
Dreaming that you are fishing. If you see in your dream that you are fishing, it means that you are ready to reveal your real emotions that have been repressed for a long time.
Dreaming of ice fishing. If you dreamed about ice fishing, it is a sign that you are ready to face your feelings and thoughts, even though it may be very hard for you. Also, a dream of ice fishing can have other meanings. It means that you would like to have more time to relax and to enjoy, but sometimes it also means that you need someone’s attention.
Dreaming of a fisherman. If you have seen a fisherman in your dream, it means that you actually want to catch something or someone in your real life. Alternatively, this dream is a sign that you should take some rest because you need relaxation.
If you have seen in your dream that a fisherman is catching a fish, then it is the sign for you to be more patient in the communication with other people.
Dreaming of a catfish. If you are dreaming of a catfish, it means that you have a false friend in your nearby. Actually, someone is completely different from what you think he/she is. You should not believe too much to everyone because you may be disappointed later.
Dreaming of a salmon. If you have dreamed of a salmon, it means that you will have many important experiences in a following period.
Dreaming of fish eggs. If you see fish eggs, it means that there are some new ideas that are coming from your subconscious mind to the surface.
Dreaming of going to fish market. If you have dreamed about going to fish market, it is a good sign. This dream symbolizes joy and happiness.
Dreaming of fishhooks. If you see fishhooks in your dream about fish, it means that it is necessary to understand certain ideas and concepts. Alternatively, this dream can mean that you have been deceived because you believed in something that is not true.
Dreaming of a fishnet. If you have dreamed about a fishnet, it is a sign that you are afraid that someone will find you out or catch you in the act.
Dreaming of a fishpond. If you have dreamed about a fishpond, the meaning of that dream will depend on what this fishpond was like. If you have seen a clear fishpond with lots of fish in your dreams, it is a good sign and it means that you will have a lot of pleasure in a future period. If a fishpond in your dream was muddy, it means that there is a very difficult period in front of you. Probably you or someone from your family will experience an illness.
If a fishpond in your dream was empty, then it is a sign that you have a lot of enemies around you, so you have to be more careful. If you have dreamed that you fell into a fishpond that is empty, it is a good sign. You can expect good luck and fortune in the near future, so you don’t have to worry. It especially refers to a happiness that you will have in your love life.