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THE RECIPE

Fish Taco Bowls

Taco Tuesday without the tortilla

Fish Taco Bowls

If you’re on the Taco Tuesday bandwagon like us, mix things up this week by unwrapping your favorite fish taco from it’s shell. Lindsay transforms her fish tacos from something handheld into a fork-friendly “taco bowl” with healthy, satisfying, and filling layers. Nutty, whole grain brown rice serves as the base for this bowl and is topped with hearty, protein-packed black beans sautéed with corn. On top lies the true star – fresh cod (or tilapia or any other firm white fish) that’s rubbed with cumin, chili powder, and garlic then seared until perfectly flaky. As with any good taco, condiments are a must and Lindsay tops hers with chunks of fresh avocado, fresh cilantro and a healthy squeeze of lime juice. Serve these bowls completely composed or set out all of the individual parts and let your family make their own for a DIY taco (bowl) night.

THE CHEF

Lindsay Moe

Food Blogger, Stay At Home Mom

Lindsay Moe from The Live-In Kitchen

My cooking style involves whole foods and healthy treats. I'm passionate about cooking real food and getting people in the kitchen, cooking the way they need to in order to keep their families happy, healthy, and full!

Lindsay Moe is the blogger, mom, and self-taught cook behind The Live-In Kitchen where she shares her recipes that will keep your family well-fed, healthy, and happy. As a busy mom with her hands full, Lindsay shares recipes that are simple, healthful, and inspired while proving to us that cooking great, real food at home on a daily basis doesn’t have to be time-consuming, intimidating, or fussy! Set aside the perfect measurement and the complicated, involved instructions for Lindsay’s style of cooking that helps inspire us to get back in the kitchen using whole foods, fresh ingredients, and from-scratch recipes.

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THE TIP

How to Make Perfect Brown Rice

This technique of boiling then steaming brown rice will give you perfect brown rice every time.

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