The Pioneer Woman Makes Fish Stick Tacos in Quarantine | Food Network



We’re ALL about simplicity and using what you have right now! Ree uses frozen fish sticks for an easy take on fish tacos, made from the comfort of her kitchen with her kids! #StayHome #WithMe

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Fish Stick Tacos
RECIPE COURTESY OF REE DRUMMOND
Level: Easy
Total: 1 hr 5 min
Active: 45 min
Yield: 16 tacos

Ingredients

48 frozen fish sticks
Homemade Tortillas, recipe follows
Cabbage Pantry Slaw, recipe follows
1 cup jarred salsa
1 cup jarred salsa verde
1 1/2 cups grated Colby Jack cheese
Jarred sliced jalapenos, for topping
3 limes, cut into wedges

Homemade Tortillas:
2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour, plus more for dusting
1 teaspoon kosher salt
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 cup very hot water

Cabbage Pantry Slaw:
1/2 head green cabbage, finely shredded
1 cup store-bought salad dressing, such as Thousand Island or Southwest flavor
2 tablespoons jarred jalapenos, chopped, plus 3 tablespoons liquid from the jar
One 4-ounce can diced pimentos, drained
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper

Directions

Cook the fish sticks according to the package directions.

Pile 3 fish sticks onto each Homemade Tortilla. Add some of the Cabbage Pantry Slaw, both salsas and cheese, then top with a few slices of jalapeno and a squeeze of a lime wedge. Serve immediately.

Homemade Tortillas:
In a bowl, stir together the flour and salt. Stir in the vegetable oil, then slowly pour in the hot water, stirring gently. When the dough comes together, turn it out onto a lightly floured surface. Knead it gently a few times to smooth it out.

Heat a cast-iron skillet or griddle over medium-high heat. Pinch off a piece of dough slightly smaller than a Ping-Pong ball and roll it into a 5-inch circle. It should be extremely thin.

Cook on the dry skillet for about 1 minute on the first side, until it starts to brown a little, then flip it and cook for about 30 seconds on the second side. Remove and stack onto a kitchen towel, then repeat with the rest. As you stack the tortillas, wrap them in the kitchen towel while you cook the next ones.

Cabbage Pantry Slaw:
Put the shredded cabbage in a large bowl. Add the dressing, jalapenos and their liquid, pimentos and salt and pepper to taste. Stir until thoroughly combined.

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50 Replies to “The Pioneer Woman Makes Fish Stick Tacos in Quarantine | Food Network”

  1. Most STAGED most SCRIPTED show ever

    You know word for word what her family are going to say before they do

    OH IT LOOKS SO NICE MUM..

    OH IT LOOKS SO GOOD MUM..

    it may taste horrible in reality so her daughter always rates Ree while foods cooking instead.

    Her son exact same

    THATS SO NICE MUM

    YOUR THE BEST MUM

    it's so scripted it always comes across as STEPFORD WIVES world

    Local towns people also VERY HEAVILY SCRIPTED

    Put her entire family and everyone in local town together and you get the most HIGHLY SCRIPTED totally unrealistic world every single Episode

    Kids never act like that
    Friends never act like that
    Towns people never act like that

    Yet in the STEPFORD WIVES world of Pioneer Woman it's the norm

    Even though everywhere else around the world people just don't act like that

  2. When she cooks wearing those mumu flowing sleeves things I keep thinking she's going to set herself on fire when it gets too close to the stove.

  3. Gross. Most of her recipes are delicious but nasty processed fish sticks with the fresh ingredients are a waste of fresh ingredients. No way. Eat the fresh throw out the processed crap.

  4. That is the most disgusting brand of fish sticks ever! They're cheap and horrible. If you make these at home people please get a quality brand and stay far away from that bag she used…

  5. I've been making these for years. I love the diversity of flavor choices, and the ease with which they come together on a busy weeknight. I have even used frozen fish that isn't crunchy/fried, and they tasted great. Ree, I agree, pickled jalapenos are weirdly delicious! And I don't care what people say, fish sticks taste good!

  6. Wyd do you know about quarantine??? You are on a ranch or whatever you consider it. & apparently you still have a job. Have fun paying your bills when others are homeless & jobless & hungry. You disgust me.

  7. LOL

    REE is "cooking" again y'all
     I really want to see a Ree + Sandra Lee cooking episode together …HOT MESS! 😂 😂 😂 
    Get on it Food Network shills

  8. I make these. Small, warmed corn tortillas, fish sticks, shredded cabbage, onion, cilantro and topped with a chipotle crema and hot sauce. I wouldn't add cheese, the fancy slaw with dubious dressing or the jalapenos. The simpler the better. It's a quick and surprisingly good meal that kids will enjoy.

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