My husband and I are trying to include more fish in our diet. He is a fish fan, I am not. Usually I only rate recipes if I stuck to the original recipe, but felt that this one needed another rave review even with the modifications I made. I used frozen corn (just ran it under tap water to defrost - didn't cook it), 1/2 cup yellow onion (it's what I had), skipped the jicama (couldn't find any), skipped the cilantro altogether (can't stand it), and used bottled lemon juice (didn't have a lime). I stirred the sour cream right into the "salsa" (didn't read the directions right) and added a bit of fresh ground pepper. I used Tony Cachere's cajun seasoning in place of the cayenne pepper as the seasoning for the fish. I brushed with olive oil and then LIBERALLY coated the fish with the seasoning. It was JUST the right amount of "fiery" spice. To be such a simple recipe, this was fantastic. I ate two tacos myself which is saying a lot for someone who is so anti-fish like I am. I usually take one bite of a fish recipe, gag, and leave the rest for my husband and teenagers to consume. The corn "salsa" added just the right amount of crunch and the freshness of the ingredients paired nicely with the fish. I am DEFINITELY going to put this in the regular rotation.
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My husband and I are trying to include more fish in our diet. He is a fish fan, I am not. ...