Recipes: Taco Tuesday
We love Mexican food at our house and are always looking for new easy recipes. This is a modified recipe we use on Salmon every couple of weeks and I love how it turned out on these delicious tacos.
We used fresh Tilapia here for our fish. Fresh is the key here, I feel that previously frozen fish generally has a very fishy taste and I haven’t had very good luck with it.
Simply place the filets on a foil lined baking sheet, sprinkle with some Creole Seasoning, and a squeeze of fresh lime juice and you’re good to go. We also included a little Mrs. Dash Extra Spicy because we love a little heat when we cook, but it’s completely optional if you prefer it non-spicy. We popped the pan in the oven and set it to broil and after about 5-10 minutes our fish was done. So easy! If you’re unsure if the fish is ready just pull apart a filet and make sure the fish is no longer translucent and cooked all the way through.
We layered our toppings onto some warmed corn tortillas, squeezed with an extra lime wedge and enjoyed.
I think the best part about these tacos is you could change them up by adding any toppings you want. Perhaps some cabbage, chopped jalapeños, and feta cheese is more your thing. These would be delicious so many ways.