Whipped these up today. Give them a try.
- Fresh Tilapia I get mine from Costco
- Small flour tortillas
- Green peppers
- Vidalia onion
- Iceberg lettuce
- Cholula hot sauce
- Hidden Valley Ranch dressing
- Fresh Cilantro
- Sea salt
- Finely ground black pepper
- 1 fresh Lemon
- 1 fresh lime
- Olive oil
- Ice cubes
Lay the Tilapia filets out on plastic wrap. Half the lemon and squeeze over the Tilapia. Half the lime and sueeze over the Tilapia. Gather a pinch of Sea Salt (about 1/2 teaspoon) and sprinkle over the Tilapia. Sprinkle the pepper on the Tilapia, about 1 teaspoon. Seperate the cilantro leaves from the stems. Chop the Cilantro somewhat and spread over the Tilapia. Seal the Tialpia in the plastic wrap and let sit for a few minutes while you prepare the grill
I use a gas grill. Start the grill, you are shooting for about 400 degrees.
While the grill is heating up, place a lage piece of heavy duty aluminum foil down. Take the Tilapia and spread out in the middle of the foil. Take a few ice cubes and throw in with the Tilapia. Fold the end and edges of the foil up tightly making a foil tent with the fish inside. Make sure it is a sealed pouch.
Put the foil pouch on the grill for about 15 - 20 minutes. Be very careful opening the foil pouch, it will have hot steam. The fish should be flaky and moist from the steaming.
Suate the green peppers, and vidalia onion in 1 Tbsp Olive oil while the fish is cooking. Season to taste lightly.
Once the fish and veggies are prepared:
Heat the flour tortilla's in a fry pan.
Place some fish, sauted veggies, and shredded lettuce in the tortilla shell. Add a small amount of Cholula hot sauce, a few drops of Lite Ranch dressing, wrap and enjoy.