Taco truck tacos are some of the best in the world! Also, I make fish tacos a lot and here is how. I cut the fish in bite size pieces, mix flour, fine cornmeal, cornstarch and salt and pepper, coat them, fry them, drain them and serve them. If your oil is hot enough your fish will not come out oily. I take the bite size pieces and put them in a tortilla that has been steamed 10 seconds per tortilla in the tortilla warmer or fry 5 or 6 at a time in olive oil flipping and rotating them until they are done. With the fish snug in the tortilla, I top it with mayo sauce, and fresh pico de gallo. For the sauce I use Hellmann's mayonnaise, and add chile powder, salt, cumin and oregano plus some sweet pickle relish (mix thoroughly), ( comes out like spicy tartar sauce) Add a little ketchup if you like a little tang. It comes out a little like a spicy Thousand Island dressing. Pico de gallo: Chop seeded tomatoes, green part of spring onions, one bunch of cilantro.
Hands down, the very best recipe for fish tacos.
This was so good and so easy! Made as directed, skipping the cabbage, but served with tossed salad. Dinner in a jiffy! Thanks for sharing!
The three of us liked this a lot and will definitely serve again. I could not find the Lawry product so bought one envelope of a Durkee chipotle marinade and added 1 teaspoon of lime juice to the marinade. I broiled the fish about 4 minutes per side. DS thought we should have added tomato and cheese, and next time will do so. I see that the NF do not include the marinade nor tortillas so wonder what the fat and sodium levels are? Made for Everyday is a Holiday. Thanks Lauralie41 for posting a keeper.
We absolutely loved these fish tacos. I appreciated the fact that they weren't deep-fried and full of fat! The Lawry's marinade is very tasty and flavors the fish well. I LOVED the sauce combination of flavors, using just 2 T. of the marinade. We used flour tortillas and pacakaged coleslaw mix. This is an easy, fast, healthy and delicious meal...on the table in minutes. I broiled my fish approx. 4 min. per side.
This was a simple, good tasting variation of fish tacos. Like others, I could not get Lawry's marinade, and used another brand instead. I used both Talapia and cod and much preferred the cod in this dish. I also topped with lite cheddar shreds, and some finely chopped tomato. Served with "Simple Homemade Refried Beans"
This was very good! I used flour tortillas instead of corn and it was delcious! I will definitely keep this recipe in the circulation.
I have always wanted to order these out, but always been a little worried that I wouldn't like them once I did. Now I don't have to worry about that, I can just fix these at home. Prep is so simple and I need recipes like this with so much other stuff taking up time. LOL I need to look harder for the right marinade, but just did my own thing with some Penzey's stuff. Shhhh, don't tell Lawry's! Thanks for an asset to the recipe box, Lauralie!
I could not find the Lawry marinade at my grocery store, so I skipped it. Instead, I tossed the fish with olive oil and taco seasoning. I also added radishes with my cabbage. The recipe didn't say anything about frying the tortillas in oil which I did because I don't like corn tortillas straight from the bag. I friend them in a tiny bit of oil for about 15 seconds per side. These little tacos were fantastic! Will definately make these again.