These are absolutely delicious!!! I am going to have to quadruple the recipe next time because these will not last in our house!!! Check out the recipe here! Next I’m going to try dried cranberries, apricots and walnuts!
A few weeks ago, I asked friends through Facebook what ingredient(s) they would like to see incorporated into a recipe. I got a bunch of great responses, but one suggestion I found interesting since I had never cooked with it before was Farro. I did a little research for recipes using farro and I came up a little short. A lot of the recipes I found were for salads or soup and I wanted to make something a little more interesting. After a little bit of brainstorming, I came up with the idea to make a basic risotto using the farro. I paired that with a pan seared Chilean sea bass drizzled with a little fresh basil sauce, and the nice glass of white wine we enjoyed with it really completed the meal! Here’s the recipe…
Simple, fresh flavors. Light and satisfying. These fish tacos take no time to throw together for a really quick weeknight meal!
Combine all ingredients. Season to taste with salt.
CILANTRO SOUR CREAM:
Combine all ingredients in a blender or in a bowl and use immersion blender to puree until all ingredients are well blended.
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