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No need to go to a restaurant for the fresh taste of fish tacos. Making them at home is quick and easy. Enjoy!
Melt Sauté Express® square in 10-inch nonstick skillet over medium-low heat just until bubbles begin to form.
Sauté 7-10 minutes or until golden brown on both sides and flakes with a fork. Remove from skillet.
Stir coleslaw and cilantro into skillet until coated and heated through.
Break fish into bite-sized pieces. Fill each taco shell with coleslaw mixture, fish and additional toppings.
Dietary Fiber: 1g
My tried corrections to good fish tacos. Use fresh tilapia not frozen. Put some of the Coriander leaf aside for toppings it wilts when cooked. Use dry dressings that come in a packet like Mexican, ranch, or coleslaw. Put cheese, and sour cream on the side dish for a DIY experience. Check the expiry date on the shells or make your own from scratch. This recipe is good with burrito-shells too.
This fish taco recipe was so easy and just delicious! I used a pound of tilapia, tho', and two Saute Express squares. Will definitely make again.
I have to admit, I only used this recipe for the fish. I did not make it into tacos, but just making the tilapia with the Saute Express was very good. It was very flavorful and easy. I will definitely make this again.
This was delicious but it was not enough filling for three persons. Next time I will use at least a pound of tilapia and all the other ingredients.
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