In Blue Diamond’s home state, nothing screams California street food louder than fish tacos.
Featuring fried white fish topped with a colorful salsa made with fresh lime juice, herbs, chili powder, garlic, and everything from red onion to avocado to mango, each fish taco recipe is as individual as the chef who makes them. While many of these chefs will tell you that the secret is in the finely chopped salsa ingredients, we dare you to do something different. Next time you go to dredge your fish fillets, ditch the all-purpose flour for one that’s more flavorful and gourmet — Blue Diamond Almond Flour.
This week, we’re featuring a recipe for Beer-Battered Fish fried to perfection in a crisp coating of almond flour. Egg whites bind the nutty-tasting almond flour mixture to the fish for easy frying, while a few tablespoons of malt vinegar and a portion of pale ale give the dish its distinctive flavor. Enjoy with a wedge of lemon and french fries for a “fish and chips” meal or serve in a tortilla with shredded lettuce and a fresh salsa of your choice. Go ahead and let them think that the secret is in your signature salsa – after all, a good salsa certainly makes for an excellent fish taco. But for a fish taco with a subtle flavor and texture that is out of this world, dredge your fillets with Blue Diamond Almond Flour.
Looking for more ways to get creative with Blue Diamond Almond Flour? Check out our almond flour recipes at recipes.bdingredients.com/all-recipes