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I had to use Tilapia because there is nowhere around here to find orange roughy or red snapper...I also doubled the recipe and instead of 2 tsp of the spices I used 1 TBSP because of one of the other comments saying that it was a little bland. We loved this recipe. It's a great way to make a lower fat taco and get fish into my family. Thanks for this easy and tasty recipe TeresaS. Made for Rookie Recipe Tag.
Before this recipe, I had never made fish tacos before. I had never eaten fish tacos either. Hubby and I were a little leary, but once we took the first bite, we were sold! This recipe is so darn yummy! I didn't have time to marinate the fish, but it still turned out tasty. Definitely adding it to our rotation. Very easy to follow.
I love fish tacos, and this was a good one. I added some garlic powder to the fish, and increased the spices as noted. I skipped the avocado, as I don't care for it, and used sour cream mixed with lime juice instead. A very good meal, it was satisfying, yet still felt light. Thanks for posting!
I use a whole lime. I also added a mashed garlic glove, cumin powder, cayenne, garlic, and onion powder. The first time I made this (copied from people magazine) I misread the amounts and added 1 tablespoon of the spices, it was EXACTLY what it needed. My hubby made it the next time and I was like, 'hey why is it so bland'. Also I mashed my cilantro into my avocado and spread on the tortilla first when assembling to hold the fish in place.
These were okay and we enjoyed them for dinner with salad. I also used the chili powder and we used WW Mexican blend cheese. Thanks for sharing!