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Mini Sour Orange BBQ'd Salmon Tacos with Red Cabbage Slaw and Smoked Chile Sauce

By Denise Jones, member

March 27th, 2009

San Diego is big on fish tacos...and we indulge at our local Brigantine Restaurant a little too often!  The Brig serves full-size tacos with deep-fried cod, mayonnaise-based sauce, cabbage, salsa, cheese, chile sauce, and a squeeze of lime. You can't eat just one, especially at the happy-hour price. 

These Sour Orange BBQ'd Salmon Tacos with Red Cabbage Slaw and Smoked Chile Sauce, courtesy of Bobby Flay, are incredible, amazing, totally gourmet and much healthier.  As minis, they are perfect for a crowd.  If you can't find mini tortillas, you can use a cookie cutter and cut your own out of regular sized corn tortillas.



Recipe Used: Sour Orange BBQ'd Salmon Tacos with Red Cabbage Slaw and Smoked Chile Sauce

posted in: Gallery, tacos, Make it Mini, mini
Comments (2)

peskyone writes: These really look great, I, too will try these. Love all your entries. I was going to try to make mini tacos this weekend too, you beat me to it :). Posted: 9:51 pm on March 29th

Pielove writes: Hi legalcat-- these look incredible! Thanks for the recipe reference too-- despite our large Latino population, fish tacos are not so popular in Chicago, so DIY is definitely the way to go.
pie Posted: 6:13 pm on March 29th

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