Quick-cooking fish makes for a light and flavorful taco filling that's perfect for weeknights or entertaining.
Fish tacos are a reliable choice for a dinner that will please, whether it is for your family or entertaining a crowd. We've
rounded up some of our favorite fish taco recipes. All use a variety of flavors to bring life to different types of fish.
Remember, you can always substitute your favorite fish for the one our recipe calls for if you prefer to do so.
First, we'll start with Sautéed Tilapia Tacos with Grilled Peppers and Onion. These quick and easy fish tacos combine simple ingredients with flavorful results. Serve with a side of black beans for a great weeknight meal.
View Recipe: Sautéed Tilapia Tacos with Grilled Peppers and Onion
Make these fish tacos a sustainable choice by opting for wild-caught Alaskan halibut. If not available, choose another U.S.
or Canadian wild-caught Pacific halibut, or substitute striped bass or U.S. line-caught cod.
View Recipe: Chimichurri Halibut Tacos
Blackening tilapia gives it a bold flavor, which is further enhanced with cilantro, lime, and avocado in a corn tortilla.
View Recipe: Blackened Tilapia Baja Tacos
With mango and peppers, the fresh salsa brings both heat and sweet flavors to the tilapia. It's ready quickly and pairs well
with a side of black beans with cilantro and lime.
View Recipe: Fish Tacos with Mango Salsa Verde
Brighten up weeknight dinners with easy and flavorful Tuna-Guacamole Tacos. The guacamole is very creamy and tasty on its
View Recipe: Tuna-Guacamole Tacos
A light batter gives the fish a crispy crunch, topped off perfectly by the mango salsa. It's a great dish to serve to guests,
or just as a weeknight meal. Light coleslaw, shredded cabbage, and pico de gallo round out the plate.
View Recipe: Baja Fish Tacos with Mango Salsa
If you're looking for a different mahimahi taco, this one's for you. The bacon in the recipe gives a certain smokiness that
you typically don't find in mahimahi.
View Recipe: Mahimahi BLT
Cumin, coriander, and paprika lend these fish tacos a delightfully warm, smoky flavor. They're the perfect foundation for
the zippy sour cream sauce. For an appealing variation, substitute peeled medium shrimp for the snapper or romaine in place
View Recipe: Fish Tacos with Lime-Cilantro Crema
Boil shrimp with ground red pepper, black peppercorns, and lime-wedges to add authentic Mexican flavor to these tacos. Shredded
rotisserie chicken or flaked, cooked fish also works well in these tacos.
View Recipe: Shrimp Tacos
Oven-fried fillets with a crisp panko crust are the calling card of these fish tacos, and a spicy-sweet peach salsa seals
the deal. Substitute shrimp or other types of fish in this easy, breezy favorite.
View Recipe: Tilapia Tacos with Peach Relish