Sometimes, old favorites just need a little twist to make them new and interesting again. Such is the case with salsa. It's a versatile topping that makes grilled chicken, fish, and beef something a little special. But sometimes, even the taste-maker needs some livening up. Here, we use watermelon to add some sweetness to the typical sour-spicy flavor profile of pico de gallo.
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This fish taco recipe is simple and straightforward — no frills, easy prep, and made from fresh, healthy ingredients. The jicama slaw adds a bright crunch to the Cajun-spiced tilapia and can be prepped ahead of time. Don’t forget to throw those corn tortillas on the grill to give them a slightly smoky and crispy touch. Last but not least, don’t be shy on the lime; that kick never fails to put a smile on my face.
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Looking for something refreshing to add to your next tailgating menu? Try out these mega-fresh fish tacos. Grilling the fish not only allows its natural flavors to shine through, but it also saves you major calories (leaving more room for beer).This recipe is courtesy of Char-Broil.
Mammoth basil leaves grow as large as your hand and are well suited for wrapping fish fillets or other quick-cooking foods for the grill. The leaves impart a delicate flavor to the fish and help keep the flesh moist while cooking. Soak the leaves in cold water to keep the basil from scorching on the grill. Experiment by substituting other scented basil leaves, such as lemon or cinnamon, for variations in flavor.