Ingredients30 m servings 572 cals
- Cut avocados in half, remove pit, and peel. Cut in chunks and sprinkle with lime juice. Set aside. In medium bowl toss shredded cabbage with poppyseed dressing, salt and pepper. Set aside.
- Mix flour, salt and pepper in a deep plate with a fork. Dredge fish chunks in mixture. In large skillet over medium high heat, heat oil. Add fish chunks, cook until nicely browned on all sides.
- Divide cabbage mixture between tortillas. Top with fish chunks, avocados and garnish with cilantro and additional lime or lemon slices.
Per Serving: 572 calories; 28.9 g fat; 50.9 g carbohydrates; 27.9 g protein; 56 mg cholesterol; 1044 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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This was quite good. It made it to my box. I cut the fish a little smaller than suggested so that my taco was easier to hold. I also added a little bit of mexican seasonings to the flour mixture...
This sounds so delicious, but I didn't want to have so many calories in just one taco... so I followed the recipe except I grilled the fish instead of frying and I subbed 1/2 cup of salsa for th...
Very easy recipe and very good! I used cod fish. I had green cabbage and that worked just fine. Instead of the poppy seed dressing, my hubby used Dorothy Lynch dressing and I used Chipolte M...
I grilled the fish instead of frying it and used the Honey Poppy Seed Dressing from this website. Delicious!
I used a cole-slaw mix in place of the red cabbage. These were good - the avocados gave it a different twist. We used cod for our fish. We had margaritas to go with them.
This is delicious, I added salsa to ours too and it gave it that extra zip that may have been missing without it. I also forgot to buy red cabbage so had to use leaf lettuce instead and the lett...
So I just got done making this and it turned out pretty good. I used pollock and it was the first time I have ever eaten a fish taco. It's also the first time I've ever eaten any type of fish be...
this was yummy but could have had some more interesting flavours. I would make the proportions bigger, 6 serves for 5 people worked for me. The avacado and the fish really went well together and...