Sunday Egg Thingy

A while back I posted a recipe for Dr. Phil’s Sunday Eggy Thing – a recipe he made on the Rachael Ray show. At the time I had never fried a flour tortilla so I made my version with a corn tortilla.

I finally did the flour tortilla fry thing for these fish tacos and oh em gee they were amazing. So this past weekend I had some tortillas left over from Saturday’s dinner so I went for it. And am I ever glad I did.

These are a perfect Sunday morning breakfast or brunch item. You can top it with your favorite sauce, salsa or leave it plain like I did. Dr. Phil uses Soy Sauce but I like plain salt and pepper. Divine.

Sunday Egg Thingy

Sunday Egg Thingy

Ingredients:

2 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
1 flour tortilla (best of homemade)
1 egg
Salt and pepper, to taste

Instructions:

Heat olive oil in a non-stick pan over medium high heat.

Once oil is hot, add tortilla. Let cook for about 20 seconds then flip over.

Crack egg over tortilla. Season with salt and pepper.

Reduce heat to medium.

Let cook for about 1-2 minutes. Using a spatula, flip tortilla over and let cook for an additional minute.

Flip over onto a plate.

Sunday Egg Thingy Collage

Fish Tacos – #ReadingFoodie: Groundswell {#WeekendReads}

It’s time for another #ReadingFoodie book review. I purchased Groundswell over a year ago and thought I’d read it right away. It sat, literally, on my coffee table for months until one rainy day when all I wanted to do was read a good book.

This book first intrigued me because it was authored by Katie Lee. I’m a foodie, she’s a foodie. I like to read books. She authors books. See the connection? Perfect for me.

Emma is the heroine in the book. She is trying to break into the movie business when she finally gets her big break. Immediately she catches the eye of Garrett Walker, the lead actor on the film she is working as a PA. They end up getting married and things seem to be going great.  Emma works her way to become a successful screenwriter. Things are going well for Emma, although a little crazy with her schedule, when she and Garrett are attending an event. Events happen that open Emma’s eyes to her husband’s betrayal. She is bereft and takes off for Mexico where she is grieving the end of her marriage.

A surfer in Mexico helps her find her way back to herself. I was hoping for more of Emma’s story of how she got over the betrayal and how life with the new surfer was going.

Now on to the food in the story. While in Mexico, her surfer boy took Emma to eat and they had these amazing sounding fish tacos.  I knew as soon as they mentioned them I had to make them. Rather than fry the fish, I made it in the oven in a foil packet – my favorite way to make fish!

My coworker, Kimberly, shared how her sister-in-law fried her tortillas for her tacos. I was stumped. I’ve fried corn tortillas but never flour tortillas so, of course I had to try it.

Game changer people. Try it.

Fish Taco @addicted2recipe

Fish Tacos

Ingredients:

2 fillets Sway fish (or your favorite fish)
Black pepper and Seasoning salt, to taste
2 tsp honey
2 tsp Teriyaki sauce
1/3 c corn kernels
2 Tbsp plum tomatoes, finely diced
2 Tbsp green bell pepper, finely diced
1 Lime
4 Flour tortillas
Canola oil
Romaine lettuce

Instructions:

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.

Season fish with seasoning salt and pepper.

Place two pieces of foil on a baking sheet. Add fish on top of the foil. Drizzle the honey and teriyaki sauce over both pieces of fish. Top fish with corn, tomatoes and green bell peppers. Squeeze lime over corn relish and fish.

Fold foil and roll up sides to form a packet.

Place foil packets on baking sheet in the oven. Bake for 20 minutes.

When fish is done, heat about 1-2 Tbsp canola oil in a large sauté pan. Fry flour tortillas until crispy. Drain on a paper towel lined plate and fold over to form a taco shell.

Shred romaine lettuce and add to tortilla. Split fish and corn relish between the flour tortillas.

Fish Tacos Foil Packet

 

Fish Tacos @addicted2recipe

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