Florida Yellowtail Snapper Tacos
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1 pound Florida yellowtail snapper fillets
2 cups Florida lettuce, shredded
4 Florida radishes, sliced thin
2 cups Florida sweet corn salsa
2 eggs beaten
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 cup bread crumbs
2 tablespoons all-purpose seasoning vegetable for frying
1 cup cotija cheese (or similar crumbling cheese) *Cotija Cheese is a name-brand
10 small corn tortillas
Sea salt and fresh ground pepper to taste
Add oil to deep fryer and preheat to 350-375 degrees. Set up breading station in three separate bowls as follows: beaten eggs, flour and bread crumbs. Season each with salt and pepper. Season flour and bread crumbs with 1 tablespoon all-purpose seasoning each. Dip each fillet into egg mixture, then bread crumbs and lay onto sheet pan. Fry fish until internal temperature reaches 145 degrees. Drain on pan lined with paper towels. Season immediately with salt and pepper. Warm tortillas in oven at 300 degrees for 5 minutes. Assemble tacos with lettuce, salsa, fish, radish and cheese.
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