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Old 11-22-2005, 09:54 AM
HotRodGuy HotRodGuy is offline
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Fish Tacos that are begging for Lynns Hot Sauce!

was bored, figured I'd finally give up the recipe and take some pics in honor of the retired food forum

Fish Sauce:

Sour Cream
Tapatio Hot Sauce ( Cholula will work also)

FYI, you can also replace the sour cream w/ mayo and it is very very tasty

Use about half a lime and as much hot sauce as you'd like, you need to use A LOT though so that when you taste it you can no longer really taste the sour cream. You need to let the sour cream sit out for a little while to loosen up. Mix it all together so that it's darker then this.



fresh garlic
Lawry's Seasoned salt
* optional* Habenero/Jalapeno/ some type of chile to give it some heat
Hot Sauce

I like to put a good amount of garlic in it so you may want to put in just a few cloves. It really depends how many cados you have, but just go to your preference.


4 lbs Mahi Mahi
Some type of hot seasoning, old bay may work. The seasoning I use is something I created about 2 years ago, I made something like 5 lbs of it and gave it away as gifts, etc. I'm almost out and don't really remember the exact mix but will let you guys know how the next rub comes.

To give you an idea the indgrediants consist of: Paprika, Cummin, Garlic Powder, Celery Salt, Cayenne Pepper, Chille Powder, Ground Black Pepper, Mustard. You get the idea. You need to use something that has some heat to it.

Break up the fish w/ a fork, heat up some tortillas, throw on some condiments, grab a beer, and eat away :drool:
Old 07-10-2006, 11:00 PM
Jbirk Jbirk is offline
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Re: Fish Tacos that are begging for Lynns Hot Sauce!

It looks good.

I am going to try this, but I am thinking of a different kind of fish.

Mahi Mahi is a bit soft adn weak on the flavor.

I can't quite think of the proper fish to use, but I am thinking of something more firm and potent.
Old 07-11-2006, 12:06 PM
HotRodGuy HotRodGuy is offline
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Re: Fish Tacos that are begging for Lynns Hot Sauce!

Ahi and Wahoo also work well

I've recently changed things a bit as well. Sometimes I now make a Mango quacamole (just advocado and mango's w/ some orange juice) and a pineapple chutney sauce for the top.

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