Blackened Fish Taco A.M. Wheat flour tortilla, tilapia fillet, medium egg, slaw mix, green onion (tips only), chives, crushed red pepper, cheyenne, blackening season, pepper, tomato -diced. Add blackening season to fish, fry lightly in a nonstick pan. set aside. A super simple blackened fish taco recipe served with a creamy avocado lime sauce to drizzle on top.
I usually buy my salsa, but I've made it from scratch in the past. This time I had a bottle of Stonewall Salsa Verde, which is one of my favorite brands. If you are not a huge fan of spicy foods, you can only season the fish for this recipe with salt and pepper. You can have Blackened Fish Taco A.M using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Blackened Fish Taco A.M
- Prepare of Wheat flour tortilla.
- You need of Tilapia Fillet.
- It’s of Medium egg.
- You need of Slaw mix.
- Prepare of Green onion(tips only).
- You need of Chives,crushed red pepper, Cheyenne, blackening season, pepper.
- It’s of Tomato -diced.
Super-spiced Cajun seasoning creates bold flavor in a pinch, and it's the secret ingredient in these easy gluten-free blackened fish tacos. Top each tortilla with cabbage, fish, and slaw. Top with sour cream and cilantro and serve with lime wedges if desired. These Blackened Fish Taco Bowls are a winner when it comes to weeknight dinners!
Blackened Fish Taco A.M instructions
- Add blackening season to fish, fry lightly in a nonstick pan.set aside.
- Lay out a flour tortilla, now Mix slaw mix -raw no dressing,, tomatoes, green ends of onion, & place on bottom right down the middle,.
- Fry u up over medium egg (yellow still runny is my fav).
- While egg is frying place fish on top of slaw, but, done egg on top of fish & I top with chives, Cheyenne pepper, crushed red pepper & a dash of salt… Mmmm.
- Breakfast is served… 👅.
Living in Ohio, there's not exactly a huge abundance of fresh seafood lol. These easy Blackened Fish Tacos are bursting with flavor and so delicious wrapped in corn tortillas with cabbage a refreshingly light fish taco sauce! My parents make these fish tacos all the time and I am finally getting around to share the greatness that is Blackened Fish Tacos with all of you. We eat blackened fish tacos at least once a month. I like them better than traditional beef or chicken tacos at this point.