Fish Strips (Tiritas or fajitas)

Fish Tiritas (fajitas)

Ingredients

½ kg  of sea bass fillet
½ cup lemon juice
3 chopped green serrano chiles into thin strips
½ cup red onion, sliced ​​very thin
1 tablespoon salt
1 tablespoon freshly ground black pepper
2 tablespoons dried oregano
1 red tomato, cut into strips

1 Avocados
Tortilla chips

Preparation

Cut fish into strips 3 to 5 inches long and ½ inch thick (make sure they are not very thick because the lemon juice will cover the fish alone for a while and should have as much contact as possible with all the pulp). Store in refrigerator in a covered container
Just before serving, marinate the fish with the lemon juice for 5 minutes and add the serrano chiles, onion, tomato, salt, pepper and oregano. Mix well and check the salt.
Serve with tortilla chips and avocado

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2 Responses to Fish Strips (Tiritas or fajitas)

  1. This is what i call CONICIDENCIAS CREATIVAS!!!
    I really looks wonderful and I would like to share a pic that I took and SAGARPA used for an exhibit on mexican gastronomy, pretty much alike. Cebolla morada, cilantro,chile, limón y pescado blanco en filete! but in cubes o diced.

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