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Sam and Ryan contemplate inorganic chemistry during KBS
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Make Paleo more enjoyable…

Chef Daxter's version of the Paleo Fish Taco. 

Alright folks – here’s the Paleo recipe for the number one thing I hated giving up when going strict Paleo…Fish Friggin’ Tacos:
 
-2lbs Mahi-Mahi (dorado for you land-lubbers out there)
-1 bunch cilantro
-1 white onion
-3 tomatoes-on-the-vine
-3 limes
-1 serrano chile
-1 bunch leaf lettuce or Romaine leaf
-coconut, flax, or olive oil (your preference, I prefer coconut)

Mango Salsa (delicious addition, but not required to make the tacos tasty):          
-1 ripe mango, diced (and peeled, duh)
-1/2 purple onion chopped fine
-1 jalapeño, chopped fine
-1 small cucumber, sliced and chopped
-Cilantro, chopped
-3 splashes of fresh lime juice
-ground pepper to taste
 
                Dice, chop, and combine cilantro, onion, Serrano, & tomato (it should look like pico de gallo when you’re done).  Set aside. Season Mahi-Mahi to taste with:  pink Hawaiian sea salt crystals, garlic pepper, lime juice, Italian seasoning, Thai seasoning – don’t forget to hit both sides of the fish – and dump out the pico de gallo on top of the fish.  Refrigerate & marinate for 6-8 hours.  Remove from fridge 30 min before cooking, preheat broiler/oven to 500 degrees, drop back to 425 degrees and cook on an ungreased baking sheet/pyrex for approximately 12-15 min, depending upon your setup.
 
Mix all salsa ingredients together into a bowl.
 
Dish fish onto lettuce leaves, scoop on some salsa, and chow down.