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Captain Castaic
07-02-2007, 10:29 PM
Ok some of you have asked for the recipe to my famous striper tacos so here goes. Now this is really simple...needs to be for a single dad..lol. All spices can be substituted to your likeing but this is how I have been doing it...

Butter // Avocado
Chilli Powder // Cole Slaw
Garlic Powder // Spanish rice
Lawrys season salt // Black beans
Italian seasoning // Tapatio hot sauce
Flour/corn torts//

First go catch some stripers..
http://fishingnetwork.net/images/tmp2/tacos4.jpg
Fillet them bad boys...
http://fishingnetwork.net/images/tmp2/tacos3.jpg

I add a hunk of butter (3 or more tablespoons) to a large frying pan and turn on the heat to high...
Add a good amount of both the chilli and garlic powder off to the side of the butter.
Add a few shakes of the Lawrys and the Italian seasoning
Let butter melt and mix the seasoning together to form a reddish sauce.
Take the fillets one at a time and lay them down on pan ( careful hot) just to coat them with the sauce and flip them back over and place them down. Fill pan.
http://fishingnetwork.net/images/tmp2/tacos5.jpg

After you simmer them for about 8 minutes..( times depend on thickness )
flip them and press them down with light pressure from spatula.
They should begin to look like this..
http://fishingnetwork.net/images/tmp2/tacos2.jpg

Try them about 3 to 5 minutes after flipping...with a fork ..fish should break apart easy sorta flakes up. If you want a "Cajon" or "Blackened" taste..then at this time add some hotsauce and sear them on both sides for a minute more pressing them down with spatula..otherwise they are ready.

If you cooked rice and beans as well then get them ready to add to the tacos.
Finished product!!
Captain Castaics Famous Striper Tacos!!!!

http://fishingnetwork.net/images/tmp2/tacos.jpg

Hope you like.

Captain Castaic

Oz
07-03-2007, 03:19 AM
mmmmmm cant go wrong without the tapatio :lol: looks good man

Troutman65
07-04-2007, 11:13 AM
Thanks fpr sharing Captain C.

Can't wait till I hook into some linesides to try out your recipie


Troutman65

cfinch
07-13-2007, 12:56 AM
Oh man I had these earlier for dinner... It was perfect after a long day out on the lake because I started cooking this then turned around and they were done... I had time to chop some tomato and avocado that was it. I used alil more seasoning than the recipe called for... Well chili power... ok alot more then threw the tacos together and doused it in tapatio... Oh man were they spicy but rediculously good! I couldn't stop pounding them then my mouth burned for like 15 minutes. I also skipped the rice and beans since I figured cooking rice would take longer than the fish to cook...

Anyways this recipe was sooooo good! Super fast and really good can't go wrong with this one thats for sure.

~JoMama~
08-08-2007, 09:40 PM
Capt. C. ... May I borrow your Stripers???

You recipe is making me HUNGRY!!!

LOL ... now I'm going to have to do more than read a fishing book ... I'm going to have to catch some fish and make your tacos!

:lol:

Wingnut
08-11-2007, 06:07 PM
Hey C.C. tried using these spices with my Stripers last night. Excellent! :thumb:

Fernzer0
08-21-2007, 09:29 PM
Looks soooo good!! Tapatio is one of my favorite hot sauces so I can practically taste them tacos already! :D

one_leg
08-21-2007, 09:47 PM
How much for a combo plate, CC?

O_L

Fisher-of-Men
08-22-2007, 06:34 AM
That looks like one tastey meal you got there Captain. Yum :!: :!:




Fisher-of-Men

trail blazer
01-03-2008, 11:44 AM
YAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!! :banana: :banana: I tried this recipe yesterday with some DUCT STRIPES, tried it with the inlaws and it was a HUGE hit........many many thanks to you,,C,C.........T,BLAZER

SoCalGuy7
01-03-2008, 03:35 PM
CC,
I'll take two plates to go. But, can I
SCG7substitute the Coors light and get
Tecate' instead? :lol:

Looks great!
Thanks

JENSEN500
01-03-2008, 04:00 PM
NICE! will definetly try it ,but with reg. cholula hot sauce rather than tap. very impressive bro. thank you! jeff

calico killer kevin
02-12-2008, 09:36 PM
Wow, I just made these tacos for the whole family and they loved it! This is by far the best and easiest fish taco to make.



Calico Killer Kevin

05sti
02-18-2008, 05:25 PM
im about to make this tonight, but i dont have stripers on the table i gotta use talapia from costco (frozen)

diamondbear
02-18-2008, 08:23 PM
I just finished dinner an hour ago and seeing those fillets Iam hungry again , ha thank you

05sti
02-18-2008, 10:38 PM
i had my dinner and all i have to say is THAT WAS REALLY GOOD! awesome recipe! really easy and works out really well!