You can make a few friends with these delicious fish tacos, they're super easy to make, and they're the point when you use fresh halibut fillets!
1. Avocado Salad:
(1) 1 avocado (diced);
(2) 1 tomato (diced);
(3) 1 cup corn (fresh, frozen or canned);
(4) 1/2 cup onion (sliced);
(5) 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice;
(6) Salt and pepper
2. Blackening spice:
(1) 1 teaspoon chili powder;
(2) 1 teaspoon garlic powder;
(3) 2 teaspoons sugar;
(4) 1 teaspoon salt;
(5) 1 teaspoon pepper;
(6) 1/2 teaspoon cayenne;
(7) 2 halibut fillets (skinless);
(8) 1 packet of small tortillas;
(9) 1 cup plain yogurt.
1. Combine avocado, tomato, corn, shallot, and lime juice in a small bowl, then season with salt and pepper and set aside.
2. Add all the blackened spice ingredients to a bowl and mix well with a whisk.
3. Now preheat a medium frying pan over medium heat.
4. Add the blackened spice to a wide-bottomed bowl or plate, then remove the spice from the halibut fillets one at a time. Coat it evenly with a thin layer of spice on both sides.
5. Now pour 1-2 tablespoons of canola oil into the preheated pan, wait 10 seconds for it to heat up, then place the halibut in the pan. Cook on both sides until it is blackened and cooked through. Alternatively, you can cook the halibut on the grill; be sure to grease the grill well before placing the halibut on the grill.
6. Remove the halibut from the pan, set aside to cool a bit, then cut each halibut fillet into 3 or 4 pieces.
7. Place the tortilla shells on a baking sheet, brush them with a little oil (optional), and heat them under the broiler in the oven (or on the grill if you prefer). Be careful you don't burn them!
8. You are now ready to serve the tacos. Put everything on the table, then everyone can buy their own tacos, place the halibut in the center of the tortilla, top with salsa, and drizzle with yogurt. Then it's time to roll it up and take a bite.
If you don't like halibut fillets, try cod or salmon. If you want to save a little time, you can use a premade salsa and add a little chopped avocado.