Well let’s just say if our third day of our Palm Springs getaway starts like this our vacation may be exciting…
Well hello from Palm Springs.
I saw this sign today while we explored the hallways of the medical facility at the Living Desert Zoo in Palm Desert.
No wolf balls were altered in the writing of this blog.
I did however see a goat with balls on his face. ( no seriously, it looked like he had balls growing under his chin)
But I was to busy taking pictures of my boyfriend exchanging meaningful glances with the head of the goat herd to take pictures of the goat who was, well, balls deep in balls.
No really, this blog is about curry fish taco goodness and not balls.
Yes,I realize I have gone completely off topic.
I just spent four days riding a bike in ninety degree heat.
And I complained surprisingly little about the heat.
Because at the end of every bike ride there was always a crystal clear pool just outside the doors of our two bedroom condo.
Also there was vodka.
And one day there were Curried Fish Tacos with Feta and Serrano’s,an amazing Indian inspired fish fusion my boyfriend and I invented together combing all our food skills.
Curried Fish Tacos with Feta and Serrano Chili’s
2 ahi tuna steaks
1 tab curry powder
1/2 a yellow onion
2 tab ginger, diced
1 tab garlic, diced
2 Serrano chilis, roasted and diced
1/2 tsp garlic salt
4 tab coconut oil
Corn and wheat tortillas
Feta cheese, crumbled
Heat two tab of coconut oil. Cook the onion in this until brown and caramelized. Add the garlic, ginger and roasted diced chilies. Add the curry powder and the chunks of bite size ahi.
Add garlic salt to season. Cook the ahi thoroughly.
Brown the tortillas, both sides in the remaining two teaspoons coconut oil.
Top each tortillas with Greek yogurt, feta, the fish, cabbage, carrots and cilantro.
Fish tacos are my favorite thing to order when we’re on the coast. (Never, ever order seafood in the Midwest. Get a steak instead.) Now I’m having beach fever…C’mon, Spring!
Oh just yum!! Thanks for sharing on the Taco Tuesday!
This sounds delicious! Lover ginger, garlic and tuna. Going to have to try this one.
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