Freakin Awesome Tacos!

Happy 100th post to MMMEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

*fyi: this recipe may or may not be a huge plug for Trader Joe's
The other day, I was surfin the blogs when I came across this blog with this yummy-looking recipe. I had never had fish tacos (I'm not really into fish food), but they looked very easy, and delicious, and the hubby eats fish food, soooo I began to get excited (that's what happens when I find new recipes).

I changed it a little bit (due to personal preference and what ingredients I had). Because it got rave reviews -from both the husband, and our neighbors/best friends, I figured it passed the test and you deserve to be a part of the freakin-awesomeness!

1 lb thawed tilapia (I got it from Trader Joe's and it was amazing! So fresh it didn't taste fishy AT ALL)
1 lime
1/2 cup bread crumbs
1/2 cup Mango Salsa (or just a yummy fruit juice)
corn tortillas (I used 2 for each taco, so around 10)
black bean dip
1 cup shredded cheese
1 Tb vegetable oil
2 cups shredded cabbage
Step 1: make the slaw

I put the shredded cabbage in a bowl, added the oil, then 1 Tb of lime juice.
Stir to spread evenly, then add a pinch of salt and pepper. Let sit
Step 2: Prepare The Fish

I sat out 1/2 cup of mango salsa next to 1/2 cup of the bread crumbs (you can also crush up flavored crackers to add more zing) Take 1 inch cubes of the tilapia and roll in the salsa, then roll in the bread crumbs until covered

set crumbed tilapia on greased aluminum foil-covered cookie sheet.
Cook in oven at 350 for 12 minutes

Step 3: Prepare Tortillas
I did this step while the fish was cooking. You can just have the the tortillas plain if you'd like, but I wanted mine like those yummy ones at restaurants that have 2 tortillas with cheese melted in between. To do this, I would place a tortilla in hot vegetable oil in a frying pan for around 10 seconds (Don't deep fry it, just get it hot and oily to make it more flexible). Then I laid out the done tortilla on a pile of paper towels, sprinkled cheese on top, heated up another tortilla, placed that one on top, top with a paper towel, then start your next one. This was probably the hardest step -but soooooo worth it

Step 4: Make Tacos
Once fish is done, take out of oven. Take a ready tortilla, spread bean dip on it, place a few pieces of chicken inside, top with cheese, add some slaw, then add salsa

Face-contortingly gooood

Step 5: Eat and Feel Joy 
A perfect recipe for Cinco de Mayo!!!
Let me know how yours turn out!



  1. I'm DROOLING. I seriously heart fish tacos soooo much! Preferably ones I don't have to make.....haha but those look good. Kudos to you for making them. I'll have to try making them soon! Yummy!!!!!

  2. oh yum, fish tacos. Do you guys have a Wahoo Fish tacos? So good!

  3. Those look so good! I may have to try them! Happy 100th post!



    good food causes me to refer to a neanderthal state of mind.

  5. I wish I had 100 more to eat constantly all day

  6. fish tacos may be the best way to eat fish. thankfully, you can't even taste it!

  7. oh my goodness gracious, dinner time is here and I want those!!! mmmm! delicious! thanks so much for commenting on my blog, it means the world to me! :) Happy 100th post by the way! exciting!

  8. mmmm! mail me some :)

  9. Ohhhh those look good!
    hey congratulations on your 100th post! How awesome is that?! :)

  10. Those look sooo good! I'll have to try them!
    xoxo Lauren

  11. These sound delish! Esp. that mango salsa!

    You know, I always notice fish taco's on the Mexican menus but have never ventured a try...with your rav reviews, I may just need to make these up at home! :)

    xx Cat brideblu

    ps. Happy 100th post!

    pps. Following! :)

  12. Woah. Those tacos look AMAZING! You guys are clearly LEGIT in the kitchen. Clearly.


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