Zoodles Pad Thai

Happy New Year! I wanted to start off my new year by taking a break from the sweets and eating lots of veggies.  These zucchini noodles, that I like to call zoodles are the perfect solution.  You get your noodle fix with non of the carbs! I created my zucchini noodles using the KitchenAid 5 Blake Spiralizer with Peel, Core and Slice attachment for my KitchenAid Artisan Tilt-Head Stand Mixer. This has been the funnest little gadget.  You can core and peel apples, create shoestring fries, shred carrots - and so … [Read more...]

Serving with Food: Pork Tacos with Mango Salsa

If it's one thing I do, it's bring people meals. I'm one of the first to offer to bring friends a meal after a baby, or surgery, or after a social media post that they're sick or had a miscarriage or husband lost a job or whatever it is, because food is my love language! It's one of the easiest ways I know and love to serve because it comes so naturally to me! One thing that is really so easy to bring to others is smokey spiced pulled pork tacos. I do the pork in my Power Pressure Cooker XL--which we just happen … [Read more...]

Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey Salad

After Thanksgiving I always crave something light...something refreshing and simple.  A few years ago I enjoyed a salad with craved turkey at a local restaurant in Utah that was so stinking good!  It had roasted turkey, dried cranberries, sunflower seed, avocado, mozzarella cheese, and a pink poppyseed dressing.  It was heaven.  This is my version of that carved turkey salad - and I promise it will hit the spot after that heavy Thanksgiving meal! If you are gettin' a cravin' for this salad and you don't have … [Read more...]

Greek Quinoa Bowl

I've been really into meals in a bowl lately.  It is so visually appealing to see all of the ingredients in my bowl ready to be tossed together.  I also love having tasty fresh ingredients for a meal.  Some of my favorite flavors are definitely greek flavors.  I love the bite and zing of kalamata olives along with cool cucumber and smooth feta.  So my obsession with bowl meals and my craving for mediterranean food inspired this healthy and easy meal. I marinated some chicken breasts and grilled them up as the … [Read more...]

Lemon Herb Tilapia

Fresh, bright, light...oh so yummy.  That's how I would describe this fast dinner.  I've said it before, and I'll say it again - if you aren't a seafood fan you need to try tilapia.  It is so mild and so easy to prepare.  You'll be converted! I started out this recipe with a shallot, some dills, some parsley, and some garlic. I seasoned my tilapia with salt and pepper and then coated it in flour.  I cooked it in a skillet with a little olive oil and then removed it and let it rest on a pan.  I added a little more … [Read more...]

Mango Salsa Summer Rolls with Thai Peanut Dipping Sauce

I needed a side dish for some coconut chicken I was making and was totally stumped. I had some mango salsa sitting in the fridge from some fish tacos I'd made and BAM. It hit me. Don't you love it when the food gods smile down on you? Oh, I do. This is suuuuuuuch an easy meal to prep beforehand. Make your salsa and thai peanut dipping sauce and slice the veggies at some point in the week, or in the morning, whatevs, so all you have to do is roll the rolls and you're ready for dinner! Have you ever worked … [Read more...]

Almond Joy Breakfast Shake

Oh So Delicioso has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #KashiPlantPower #GOTOGETHER #CollectiveBias Who else struggles with breakfast!?  I am ALWAYS rushed in the morning, so my go-to breakfast is always a shake.  I've come up with some fun, tasty recipes over the years - and so I thought I'd share one of my staples today.  With all of the processed foods these days I like to start off the day with something that is good for me, so I find a breakfast shake … [Read more...]

Chicken and Rice with Crispy Onion Strings

This. Is. Comfort food. Creamy rice, soft and hearty veggies, juicy chicken thighs, and salty onion strings.   I've had this basic recipe for a while now, and every time I make it I am pleasantly surprised how delicious this simple meal with simple ingredients is. The leftovers are also just as good, and soul-warming on a cool, fall day. Leftover turkey would also substitute the chicken perfectly. I've written out instructions for conventional oven baking and pressure cooker cooking. Oven takes about an hour to bake, … [Read more...]

Tangy Black Beans and Rice – Pressure Cooker

Are you guys convinced yet that pressure cookers are pretty amazing? Steph's previous post vegetarian chili and pot roast had me drooling.. if you didn't catch her pressure cooker roast and chili recipes you need to go check them out! Today I'm going to share a simple yet delicious black bean and rice recipe. Since I received my Power Pressure Cooker XL a few months ago I've been playing with different recipes and cooking methods. Many so good and quick! But the function I found myself utilizing the most was the … [Read more...]

Deconstructed California Roll Bowl

Bowls are the new plates.  It's true.  Martha Stewart said it, so it's true.  Ha ha!  Really though!  Have you noticed how popular meals served in bowls have become?  I love serving food in the Fiesta bistro bowl.  They are truly one of my favorite pieces of dinnerware.  The depth is perfect, they are chip resistant, and they are beautiful to boot! Today I'm serving up a California roll...in a bowl.  Who is a sushi lover out there?  If I'm being honest - I'm pretty reserved when it comes to sushi.  No sashimi for … [Read more...]

Grilled Peach Salad

All I can say about this salad is COME ON!!!  This is so good that you won't even believe it!!! First lets talk about the dressing.  A fresh basil vinaigrette that is BURSTING with freshness.  I whipped this up in my blender and boy was it the finishing touch to this salad.  It added a clean, herbal tang - that you just CAN'T get from a store bought dressing. I grilled my peaches for a little char and richness of flavor.  It only took a few minutes and added just the depth of flavor I was after.  I love a … [Read more...]

Peach and Shrimp Kabobs

Dinner in 10 minutes?!  Yes please!  This tasty dish will be on your table before it is even set!  I love shrimp, and I love summertime grilling.  Add some juicy fresh peaches and you pretty much have heaven on a platter. My love of seafood started when I was a kid.  I have really fond memories of camping with my family.  My dad would get up early to go fishing and he would catch our dinner.  We feasted on rainbow trout grilled over the camp fire during those trips.  Since then I haven't been afraid to try other … [Read more...]

Radish and Bean Green Salad

Well hi there summer.  I love your food.  Seriously.  I love summer food.  There is nothing better than eating tons of fresh produce on a warm summer evening.  I recently moved to the pacific north west and I am literally in love with all the local farm grown produce we have here.  I couldn't help but toss together a tasty salad to go along with our grilled shrimp the other night.  It turned out so fresh and crisp with lots of bite - so I knew I had to share here. The inspiration for this salad was these fresh, … [Read more...]

Spicy Caribbean Shrimp with Mango Quinoa Salad

You guys. I cannot tell you how excited I am about this new recipe. Summer is slowly coming to an end, so you must make this right now. Although I do see it as a warm, light and delicious escape to the tropical Caribbean during the cold winter months, especially when all you've been making is creamy soup and heavy pastas (what, you don't do that during the winter?). I love this because you can do all of the prepwork earlier in the day (or during naptime) so that dinner time isn't as stressful! So easy! The … [Read more...]

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus BLT

Who is a Zupas fan?! My family and I recently went back to visit Utah and play in the mountains (oh, my heart...my poor, aching heart!!!) and I had to have some of my favorites to eat. Plenty of dranky dranks and sugar cookies, and perhaps one of my most nostalgic places, Zupas. We have a few copycat recipes here, like our Nuts About Berries Salad, Wisconsin Cauliflower Soup, and now this. My little family and I were running by my favorite drive-through drink and cookie gas station and needed to pick up some … [Read more...]

Coconut Tea Green Smoothie with Takeya

Did you know that June is national iced tea month?  I don't drink black tea, but I LOVE iced herbal tea.  It is such a little treat for me.  I usually add in a touch of almond milk and stevia for a sweet afternoon treat.  As you know, we are good friends with the folks over at Takeya.  I really love their pitcher.  I use it for crystal light, orange juice, ice tea, and ice water.  Each time I've used it while entertaining, I get questions about it. I love making iced tea in the pitcher because it is so darn fast! … [Read more...]

Fresh Pesto Shrimp

  It's no secret - I LOVE shrimp.  Seriously one of my favorite foods.  I like it grilled, roasted, cold with cocktail sauce, fried, in pasta...I could go on and on...but I'll stop so I don't end up sounding like Bubba Gump. I stumbled upon this tasty shrimp recipe a few years ago.  I've prepared it roasted in the oven and on the grill.  Both are delicious.  Prepared roasted the flavors are rich, and grilled the flavors are fresh.  Pictured here I have grilled it.  I prefer grilling in the summer months - keeps … [Read more...]

Mojito Fruit Salad

One of my favorite things about summer is the juicy, fresh produce. Especially from our farmer's market. ESPECIALLY those of the sugary, sweet variety. Make your simple syrup with juice, lime juice, and sugar. Sometimes I go a little overboard and buy a ton of my favorite fruit, nectarines and peaches, so the other day I busted out a cobbler for a friend I took dinner to (while I ooh'ed and ahh'ed at her new, precious little bebe). Smoothies are always wonderful with ripe fruit, but I almost feel like it … [Read more...]

Greek Pitas with Tzatziki Sauce and Homemade Pita Bread

These pitas are a Greek medley of flavors party in your mouth.   They just feel healthy. Healthy enough to eat a handful of dark chocolate Cadbury eggs and another handful of thin mints for dessert. It's March, so it's not summer yet here, but this makes it feel like it. I can't wait to bust out these babies in the heat! Tzatziki sauce is one of the best parts of Greek food. Fresh, cool cucumbers are used to create a beautiful, dill-infused dip. Grill some chicken, layer with lettuce, olives, tomatoes, … [Read more...]

Vegetarian Lentil Tacos

It's been awhile since I've done a post! It's good to be back!  Back with a fun, healthy taco dish that your family will love.  It's a bit of a twist on the traditional ground beef, pinto bean cheesy taco, this one has a mediterranean feel!  The best part, it literally takes at most 20 minutes to make, so if you are having one of THOSE days, which let's be honest happens to me about 4 out of the 7 days a week, this meal is a perfect go to. Lentil tacos are rich with protein, low in fat, full of flavor, color and … [Read more...]

Citrus Glazed Salmon

Boy do I have a yummy and easy dinner for you! Many years ago my husband and I took a weekend trip to Seattle.  One of the first places we visited was Pike Place Market downtown.  We loved wandering thru the beautiful flowers and fresh produce.  And we were so amazed by the Famous Pike Place Fish Co.  This fish company is famous for throwing their fish from one worker to the other when they get a sale.  There are motivational videos and documentaries about the culture of this company that are used by businesses … [Read more...]

Chicken and Chorizo Paella

I hope you have been enjoying our partnership with Ralphs grocery store and their Taste of Spain campaign! It's always such an honor for us to be working with such great companies. Our  previous featured recipes, Patatas Brava and Spanish Tapas were delicious and so much fun to make! Today we are sharing a Spanish classic - Paella with chicken and chorizo. A rich and hearty comfort meal that is frequently served through out Spain. How do I know this? Well my husband, Brandon actually lived in Spain for 2 years. He … [Read more...]

Blackened Salsa

My family is on a blackened salsa kick this last month. Two of my favorite restaurants make their salsa blackened. I've tried roasting my salsa several times but it wasn't the same! I was missing a few key elements. I found this out one day while touring the back kitchen of a popular restaurant here in Southern California. As I walked by a few of the chefs I noticed they were chopping up many black, charred vegetables. Peppers, tomatoes, and SHALLOTS. (Not onion.) So I tweaked my recipe to include shallots instead of … [Read more...]

Citrus-Infused Elderberry Juice with Takeya

Ok friends. I'm excited about todays post because it's personal and we have a giveaway + coupon code for you! (Head over to Instagram for giveaway details!) I'm sharing a recipe for Citrus-Infused Elderberry Juice made with the Takeya Flavor Infusion Pitcher. We have been using Takeya products for a few years now and are always impressed with the intuitive design and eco-friendly materials. Great company. They are even offering our readers 20% everything on their site! Guys thats huge! Use the code OSD20 to get your … [Read more...]

Falafel with Couscous Tabbouleh Salad

One of my lifers and I used to frequent one of the best Mediterranean places I've been to, Pita Hot, when we all lived the happy little grad school-wife life in sunny SoCal. We ate out a lot, actually, as our husbands were MIA, which means we could eat whatever we wanted whenever we wanted! We had our favorite taco, burger, sausage, waffles, brunch, pasta, and cupcake place all nailed down. Gimme all the food... I've tried my hand at falafel several different times, trying different recipes and methods, and I … [Read more...]

Coconut Steel Cut Oats with OLLY

My husband and I just got back from a pretty spontaneous trip to Mexico, and the food had me all sorts of crazy! The tacos, the jugo de líma, the salsa, the churros, the helado, and the breakfasts! {and the ceviche and whole-fried-freshly-caught-fish and guac. lots of guac.} Well it's not always that I can eat as well as I'd like to. As much as I strive for it, there are days when it's just not happening! We can't all be in Mexico, carefree, forever, sheesh. This is where OLLY comes  in... OLLY is a … [Read more...]

Lentil and Farro Vegetable Soup

You heard of those everything-but-the-kitchen-sink whatevers with such-and-such? Yeah that's what this is. Healthy, easy, cleans out your fridge and stops food waste. High five, friends! I make this soup a lot during the winter months, especially between those indulgent holiday meals. Sometimes I do chicken, sausage, I throw whatever produce is going bad in there, vary the spices, it's really so forgiving! You can crock pot it all day or simmer it on the stove for about 30 minutes. Farro is a wheat grain … [Read more...]

Cranberry Mint Water

Whenever I serve water at a party or holiday, I like to make it extra special.  This twist on serving water is perfect for your Thanksgiving dinner.  Not only is it beautiful, but your guest will love the touch of flavor that cranberries and mint add. I like to serve my water in a decorative punch bowl or a drink dispenser.  That way your guest can see what they are serving themselves, and it adds to the decor.  For this water I've chosen a simple punch bowl. Treat your guests and yourself to this simple, … [Read more...]

Lentil and Fried Cauliflower Curry Bowls

I am so excited for this vegetarian week! I'm from Texas, so I'm obviously a steak-grilling, brisket-pounding, burger-loving gal. BUT. I'm a changed woman. My husband and I lived in California for several years, so you know it was bound to happen. The hippies and the veggie-loving local-supporting crowd at the farmers' markets and roadside fruit stands got to me. And I liked it. Carly, one of the girls here at Oh So is a vegetarian, and I had several other friends that were vegetarian. Books were read, … [Read more...]

Slow Cooker Refried Beans

I love me a good bean burrito. Nothing fancy, no rice or anything crazy, just simple, tasty refried beans, maybe a little cheese, sour cream, or a smidgen of enchilada sauce, and everything spiced just right. I usually add some spices and a little milk to most cans of refried beans, and while they are delicious, I've been dying to try making my own. Like using real dried pinto beans. I felt very legit, let me tell you... like I just couldn't quit. Y'all it's so easy, you can't mess it up. Beans, spices, … [Read more...]

Veggie and Cilantro Chive Yogurt Pitas

Sometimes you just get tired of salads and sometimes you just need some dang carbs. Am I right or am I right? Here's a quick, happy medium that'll get you the best of both worlds.    How can you not feel amazing after a lunch like this?! [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:165] … [Read more...]

Spicy Chipotle Chicken Salad w/ Mission Foods

We have had a fun opportunity to work with Mission Foods and show off a brand new product of theirs... GLUTEN-FREE Tortillas!! Can I get an AMEN?! If you're not singing hallelujahs with me, you might be wondering why gluten-free tortillas? Why not just use a corn tortilla? Well my friends, corn tortillas are wonderful, delicious and have their place in Mexican cuisine. But somethings just can't be made with a corn tortilla! (P.S. Check the bottom of this post for a fun easy giveaway!!) For instance, enchiladas. You … [Read more...]

Veggie Loaded Meatballs

Today we have some veggie meatballs.. or veggie LOADED meatballs we should say. As they are made from beef and filled with veggies. I'm all about sneaking in veggies where I can, and not that I need to either. My kids eat vegetables surprisingly well. Bryce loves loves loves any kind of squash. Addison is a great salad and salsa eater. Crew likes things raw and crunchy. I credit this to the fact that I always serve up vegetables. 1-2 with every meal. Even if they don't like them, they are going to see them, smell them, … [Read more...]

Green Pancake and Chocolate Cherry Trailmix Lunch

My 4-year-old started preschool this year, so I'm a total newbie at this lunch-making business! Over the past year I had seen others using these PlanetBoxes and I knew I had to have one once the time came for me to become a legit mom. Soccer practice started the same week, so I reached all sorts of crazy levels of mommy hood that I'd never done before! I love the safety of stainless steel, the absence of plastic baggies (cost and environmental reasons), how easy it is to clean, how organized it keeps things, and I … [Read more...]

Lunch for Mom // Cucumber Sandwich

While you are packing your kids fun, healthy and creative lunches -- may I suggest that you pack on for yourself as well?  It may sound crazy - but it is giving yourself a little gift.  The gift of self care through a healthy and filling lunch.  Packing a lunch for mom will not only help you with portion control, but it will also keep you out of the drive thru while you're out running errands.  And I promise you'll be so much more satisfied with a lunch like this than you would with a greasy burger and fries.  So this … [Read more...]

Strawberry Vanilla Fruit Leather // Summer Snack Series

We are back with one more fruit leather recipe for you.  This one is simple and delicious.  It's the perfect addition to your child's lunch box. Strawberry vanilla fruit leather - my kids gobbled this right up!  So did I, for that matter.  And you can't go wrong with 3 ingredients!  Strawberries, vanilla extract, and honey.  Puree in your blender and spread on your dehydrator fruit leather sheet - or on a silpat on a cookie sheet if you're oven dehydrating. Skip the fruit by the foot, and treat yourself … [Read more...]

Breakfast Pitas

Breakfast is easily one of my most favorite meals of the day, except I could have it all day. Biscuits and gravy, waffles, bacon, hashbrowns, fruit, cinnamon rolls, eggs, doughnuts, it is all sodang good. Sometimes I need a hearty meal in the a.m. instead of my usual toast, oatmeal or smoothie, or sometimes breakfast is calling my name for dinner! Throw in some sauteéd veggies and homemade salsa and you've got an amazing start to your day. I have Pioneer Woman's salsa recipe memorized and it always gets rave … [Read more...]

Green Bean Crisps // Summer Snack Series

Need a savory snack to satisfy your afternoon sweet tooth?  You've gotta try these green bean crisps.  So so easy and so addicting. I bought my green beans already trimmed in a big bag from Costco.  I rinsed them with some cool water and added a tiny sprinkle of salt.  I transferred them to my dehydrator, but a baking sheet lined with parchment and a low temp oven will do the trick too! I dried them for about 6 hours and then tossed with a tiny bit of olive oil.  So so yummy.  And healthy.  You won't feel … [Read more...]

Blackened Salmon and Roasted Veggie Pasta

Give me all the roasted veggies. Roast anything and I can guarantee you it'll be 5,000 times better. I reeeeeally wish I had learned the art of roasting a long time ago, it would have saved me (and my people) a lot of boiled, frozen lima bean medleys. Blech. Blackening your salmon takes away a lot of the salmon, fishy taste that many of us don't love. And it doesn't add a lot of fat! That's been another favorite, adding flavor with herbs and lemons and garlic and onions and all varieties of yummy things; except … [Read more...]

Grilled Veggie and Hummus Pitas

It's summertime, so get out your grill and get your veggies on! So this can either be a 30-minute meal, or you can get overzealous and make your own pita pockets (which I did) and your own hummus (which I also did). It's a curse, really. Sometimes I'd like to really just pick up a pack of hummus and pick up some pita pockets, but once you know how to make things at home, it's really hard to give in and just purchase the dang hummus. I mean really. Ughh. Marinate your zucchini, squash, onion, and tomatoes … [Read more...]

Caribbean Shrimp Tacos with Pineapple Relish

I was just reminiscing last week with one of my BFFers about that one time I was pregnant with my favorite little girl and I couldn't do Mexican food. I survived on pasta and watermelon. And doughnuts. What a tragedy, because now, I survive on Mexican and watermelon. And doughnuts. One of my favorite recipes here is my Spicy Caribbean Shrimp and Mango Quinoa Salad. I took that shrimp and added a pineapple relish with pineapple, red bell pepper, cilantro, ginger, red pepper flakes, and coconut water. They all melt … [Read more...]

Blueberry Basil Chicken with Rice Pilaf

I've always thought blueberries have a bit of an earthy taste...almost like basil. So I made a recipe in my head...tasted it in my head for a few days, and made it in real life. And it was good. And then I went online shopping because I needed a reward (Nordstrom, J.Crew, Gap, AND Anthro have all been having awesome sales this last week. My husband has a voice he does when he's making fun of me explaining that so-and-so had a deal going on....so I bought such-and-such amount and saved such-and such. It's a thing we … [Read more...]

Mango Lime Fruit Leather // Summer Snack Series

Homemade fruit leather has become a fast favorite around our house.  It is so easy, and the combinations are endless.  I hope you all have been enjoying our Summer Snack Series here on Oh So. Today I want to share one of our very favorite fruit leather combos - mango lime. Years ago I was told to always eat mango with a squeeze of lime - and oh boy that was such good advice.  It is such a nice combo - the sweet with the tart is a party on your tongue.  So - of course I put this combo into a fruit … [Read more...]

Sweet Potato Chips with Lime & Sea Salt // Summer Snack Series

We're back with another summer snack idea!  Up on the menu today are lime and sea salt sweet potato chips.  Toss that bag of greasy potato chips in the trash and hand your kids and bowl of these babies! I love that I know what is in these snacks.  Today all you have are sweet potatoes, lime, and a pinch of salt.  I certainly don't feel guilt serving my kids this snack. With the sweet potato, the tart lime, and the crunch of sea salt - this is sure to be your new favorite afternoon … [Read more...]

Soda Can Chicken

Many many years ago, I had dinner at a friend's house.  She made the most delicious grilled chicken.  It was moist and flavorful and tender.  She told me that she had grilled it with a can of soda in the cavity of the bird. I immediately went home and told my husband about it.  We made one that weekend and have been in love with this technique ever since. I like to rub the bird with a seasoning blend like McCormick Montreal Chicken or Webster Kick'n Chicken.  You can buy all of the spices separately and … [Read more...]

Peach Raspberry Fruit Leather // Summer Snack Series

Ever since I was a kid I have loved fruit leather, fruit roll ups, fruit by the foot, and fruit snacks.  So when I learned I could make my own with 2 or 3 ingredients I was pretty darn excited.  Skip all of the added sugars and preservatives and treat your kids to something natural and delicious. This stuff doesn't last long in our house.  My kids eat it up so fast and I don't feel guilty one bit.  Fruit leathers are easy to make in the dehydrator or oven.  For tips on dehydrating foods be sure to check out last … [Read more...]

California Turkey Sandwich // UP MOVE Jawbone

Last week I shared with you my desire to lose baby fat and how I was using the UP MOVE by Jawbone in this post. One of the meals I've been fixing is this delicious Kalua Pig recipe. Today I wanted to share a few lessons I've learned and how the UP MOVE have given me the insight. Also a bomb turkey sandwich because we are a food blog after all. First the turkey sandwich.  I've mentioned before in the past I worked at a sandwich shop in college. It was the best job ever. Taught me some food skills, introduced me to … [Read more...]

Cinnamon Apple Chips // Summer Snack Series

I want to introduce you all to a little BIG product Des and I have been working on.  Summertime is the ultimate season for snacking.  We spend countless hours at the beach, at the park, camping, in the car during a long road trip, or lazily lounging in front of the TV.  So instead of turning to your usual pint of ice cream, bag of potato chips, and sugar fruit snacks - we wanted to create a series of tasty, fun, and HEALTHY snacks for you and your family to enjoy this summer.  But it doesn't stop when school is back in … [Read more...]

Juicing Recipes + Tips

I love smoothies- for my kids. As for myself and drinking them- I dunno, I just don't love them. I've been following a friend's account for years and she is who really turned me on to juicing. I oooo'ed and awww'ed over her morning juices forever and finally Kadee surprised me and sent me one from Kohls, a Jack Lalanne's Power Juicer Express (but in white). It took me a while to get it out of the box. I was kind of intimidated by it. What to I use, how much do I use? What do I combine, what do I not combine! Is it … [Read more...]

Caribbean Grilled Cod with Strawberry Mango Pico

Several weeks ago I stumbled upon a picture of strawberry mango pico.  I think I drooled.  I thought about it for days and days and then finally did something about it.  We were spending Easter at home, so I decided to go the non-traditional route and make fish for dinner.  It was a light, flavorful change to the usual heavy Easter dinner.  I topped my fish with a fresh, bright, and healthy strawberry mango pico. I picked Des's brain for the pico ingredients.  Together we decided that strawberry, mango, cucumber, … [Read more...]

Baja Tilapia, Taco Style

I've had this recipe rolling around in my head for a while.  About a year ago my family and I moved from southern California to Nevada.  Who's with me when I say that socal has THE BEST Mexican food?  Especially Baja Mexican food!  So, with that being said - I have majorly been craving a good Baja fish taco! Tilapia is a really mild fish.  For those of you who don't care for seafood - this is a stepping stone fish.  It isn't very strong and it can easily be flavored to taste however you want it to.  It's a thin … [Read more...]