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This was great with a fish taco wrap that I constructed. Spread on bottom of a tortilla, then layered shredded cabbage, salsa, chopped onion, pieces of cooked battered cod and more fish taco sauce. Easy and versatile recipe. Thanks kaylee88!
Made it the first time as the recipe stated, great single-sauce for fish tacos, 4 stars. The second time I made it I used half the amounts of lime juice & sriracha because I usually serve fish tacos with lime slices as we like to squeeze some directly onto the fish & I also serve a medium-hot homemade salsa on the side - so halving the lime & sriracha made this the perfect sauce for those fish tacos (much better than the typical 50/50 mayo/yogurt fish taco sauce). Though I will make it again per this recipe if I don't have fresh lime or salsa ingredients on hand (I always have lime juice in a bottle & sriracha & the other ingredients on hand).
OMG! This recipe was by far my favorite on this on site! Made my family generic fish tacos (with fish sticks) and the sauce made them super deelish! I used the Costco raw flour tortillas (cut in half), Gordon's fish sticks, this sauce, shredded cheese, guacamole and a healthy spring mix (in that order). First bite of them my husband was in awe!!! The sauce reminds me of legit fish tacos at a mexican restaurant in ensanada! Only difference is I had to use lemon juice (no lime juice in the house). Bravo to this recipe! Bravo!!!