{Fish Tacos}

Fish Tacos

These fish tacos are sooo good! Since Mexican food is a staple at our house, it’s nice to switch up the usual black or refried beans with some meat (and by meat, I mean fish!). The best part of these tacos was coming home after a long day at work expecting to start cooking and finding that my husband already had everything made–I guess I’ll keep him around for awhile. ;)

Fish Tacos Recipe
Makes 4 tacos

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Ingredients:

4 corn tortillas
1/2 pound fresh cod
1/4 red onion, chopped
2 cups green cabbage
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
1 trader joe’s guacamole kit (or make you’re own!)
salt, to taste
pepper, to taste
flour, for breading
canola oil, for frying
Hot sauce

Steps:

In a medium bowl, combine mayo, cabbage, red onion, and salt and pepper to make coleslaw. Mix until combined, cover, and refrigerate for about 20-30 minutes.

Over medium heat, place oil in frying pan. While the oil heats up, coat fish with flour then fry in pan until browned, about 3 minutes on each side. Break fish into smaller pieces with spatula.

In a small bowl, add guacamole ingredients and combine.

Toast tortillas directly on the gas burner (or in the pan if you don’t have gas) until slightly crispy.

Assemble tacos: spread guacamole over each tortilla (helps fish stick), add fish, coleslaw and enjoy!

Fish Tacos

Oh, and the second best part of these tacos–homemade margaritas! I was craving pina coladas, but these definitely hit the spot for now. Don’t worry, I’ll post the margarita recipe soon!

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4 responses

  1. Photos are awesome! You should try using fish like cod, for example whiting, coley or pollack. Very very similar to cod, but much cheaper – especially in the case of coley which is sometimes half the price.

    • Thanks for the tip! I often buy cod because it’s something I can buy locally and at this market, I think it was only $10/lb with isn’t bad. I’ll be on the lookout for the other kinds you mentioned as well!

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