Cajan Salmon Tacos - Summer Cooking
Now that summer has finally arrived we are enjoying evenings outside with the family without having to wear loads of layers and hats. We’ve dusted off the BBQ which is one of my favourite things to do because it means that hubby cooks instead of me!
Last night we had the most amazing dinner and I thought I’d share it on here so you can all give it a go too. It was a recipe inspired by the lovely Jamie Oliver but in true Penny style, I went off piste and made my own version.
The recipe is Cajan salmon tacos with a mango, avocado and tomato salsa.
The salad was so easy to throw together ~ sliced cherry tomatoes, thin slices of spring onions (I used red ones as I love the colour), avocado, mango, lime juice, basil, coriander and pomegranate seeds and a twist of salt and drizzle of olive oil.
The tacos were very simple ~ flour, water, oil and a pinch of salt. pull in all together into a dough and roll out small parts into flat breads and toast on the bbq.
The salmon is seasoned with a generous amount of cajan spice (I used half a jar on six fillets) and added a twist of salt and olive oil so the skin didn’t stick to the barbecue.
It was such a simple dish but felt so healthy and the flavours were off the scale. We served it with some homemade sweet potato wedges and a green cucumber salad.
Let me know if you try it and what you think!