If you grew up in the southwest, you know tacos! There is no limit to the endless possibilities when it comes to preparing a delicious taco, and Executive Chef Tommy D’Ambrosio is a pro when it comes to devising the perfect blend of ingredients for a mouthwatering masterpiece of taco goodness. His take on Salmon Tacos is no exception, offering a unique approach to this southwest staple, but with a Hawaiian BBQ twist. Are you intrigued? Keep reading, because you do not want to miss out on this one.
Fresh Taste Meal Prep has outdone themselves with the flavor combinations present in their Salmon Tacos. To start, the fresh salmon is sautéed to perfection, providing you with a healthy protein chalked full of omega-3s. The salmon is served with a tangy pineapple cabbage slaw atop corn tortillas glazed with a special BBQ sauce. On the side is a fluffy serving of traditional Mexican rice that will definitely satisfy your craving for authentic Mexican food.
Each serving includes: 5 oz salmon, .5 c pineapple, .5 C cabbage, 2 corn tortillas, 2 oz glaze, and 1 cup rice. This meal is dairy free and a perfect light meal that will keep you full and satiated.
Taco night at home can be fun, but sometimes the canned refried beans, ground meat, and taco shells just don’t hit the spot. Not to mention, cleaning up a meal that’s whole foundation is comprised of multiple toppings can be overwhelming at the end of the day. Oftentimes it turns out to be a heavy meal with multiple pans to wash, which can be a real dinner buzz killer.
Convenience You Can’t Beat
Our Salmon Tacos come precooked and ready to serve in a single-serving container. Simply reheat at your convenience, whether it’s the microwave in your work lounge or from the convenience of your own home. You’ll love being able to reach into the fridge and pull out a gourmet meal prepared by a graduate from the Culinary Institute of America. Within minutes you’ll be full and satisfied, reveling in the reality that there is no mess to clean up. This meal will keep for five days in the refrigerator, so you can eat it whenever the time is right for you—after an exhausting night shift, once you’ve got the baby to bed, or with a crisp refreshment when the mood strikes.