Recipe by Ortega®
"If you travel to Mexico's Baja region or to sunny San Diego, you will find hundreds of restaurants and food stands offering fish tacos! Once you try this tasty recipe for yourself, you'll understand what the craze is about. Top these tacos with your choice of cabbage, tomatoes, lime juice, and/or taco sauce."
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chopped fresh cilantro
1 (1.25 ounce) package
ORTEGA® Taco Seasoning Mix, divided
cod or other white fish fillets, cut into 1-inch pieces
1 package (12)
ORTEGA® Taco Shells, warmed
Toppings: shredded cabbage, chopped tomato, lime juice, ORTEGA® Thick & Smooth Taco Sauce
I live on the west coast of FL and fish tacos are a staple. I thought Rockaways had the best fish tacos until I made this recipe. I AM IN LOVE! I used grouper, 40% less sodium taco mix, used half the called for amount in the mayo/sour cream mix (otherwise too salty), sprinkled some cheddar cheese and served in flour tortillas. Absoulutely to die for!! Thank you!
unfortunately the fish I used detracted from this recipe. I had frozen boneless, skinless cod pieces that I'm afraid were just not the best quality (you could tell they were not frozen when the fish was fresh). In any case I was not overly excited about these fish tacos. I subbed a few things. I had old el paso seasoning on hand so that is what i used. I used corn tortillas. I also used low fat sour cream with just a dab of mayo blended in. we used napa cabbage, garden fresh tomatoes, onions, bananna peppers, salsa, and shredded cheese as toppings. Overall I was not very happy with this taco. Its not that it was bad. But the overall flavor was not appealing. I may try these again with a better piece of fish to see if that makes a difference. Despite the flavor issues I had, this was very easy to throw together.
Very good! Instead of making fish tacos I made fish tostadas and used the sour cream topping as a spread on the tostada. Everyone has asked for this recipe. You can also use shrimp instead of fish.
Fabulous recipe! Great way to eat healthy! I used non-fat mayo and sour cream..it was great! I also used cod that I had in the freezer. Will make again!
Good recipe! I used catfish nuggets for the fish. Added a can of beer to the marinade and used warmed fresh corn tortillas instead of taco shells. Delicious.
This is an excellent healthy dish. I used talapia and it was outstanding. I may never go back to chicken.
This is truly fantastic! My husband had a craving for fish tacos like the one he would get on his surfing vacations! I did it! He loved them!
These were very good! We grilled halibut steaks and flaked them apart for the tacos. By using non-fat sour cream (no mayo!) and reduced-fat tortillas and cheese it turned out to be a very low-fat and delicious meal! We will definitely be having these again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Baja Fish Tacos
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 263
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