What’s the very first thing you think of when you consider fall? Pumpkin spice lattes? Apples? Acorn squash? Wait, wait, wait. You mean to inform me that it’s not fish tacos?
Delighted first day of fall!
Yep, I’m the person talking about fish tacos on actually the first day of fall. I know for a fact Reality that all that pumpkin spice treasure trove is going to begin to infiltrate your Pinterest/Facebook/Instragram feed immediately, so I’m simply attempting to give you a break. A good little safe area to relax from all the orange and black.
So let’s get to the real reason why you’re here: these fish tacos look damn great!
Growing up, fish tacos weren’t really a part of my Mexican household’s diet plan. Sure, we consumed fish, but my moms and dads normally simply pan-fried it and served it with a side of rice and sauted veggies. It wasn’t till I went to college and started taking a look at dishes online that I understood how beloved fish tacos were by lots of.
When I had my very first fish taco, I was hooked. Fresh squeezed lime juice, some cilantro and a creamy spicy sauce to top it all off. What’s not to enjoy?!
These fish tacos with chipotle lime crema are SO EASY to make, I promise you they’ll end up being a part of your routine recipe rotation as soon as you try them. The chipotle lime crema made with greek yogurt and lime juice is brilliant and light yet satisfies that desire for creaminess at the very same time, making this dish ideal for those who are wanting to cut back on the extremely indulgent foods that seem to be everywhere this time of year.
For those of you looking for a dairy-free version of the chipotle lime crema, merely substitute coconut milk for the Greek yogurt.
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I do!
Fish Tacos with Chipotle Lime Crema
For the fish:
- 1 teaspoon.cumin powder.
- 1 teaspoon.onion powder.
- 1 teaspoon.garlic powder.
- 1 pound.white fish, about 3 or 4 fillets.( I utilized cod).
- 1tablespoon.coconut oil.
- 12 corn tortillas.
For the Chipotle-Lime Crema:
- 1/2 cup.Greek yogurt.
- 1 chipotle pepper in adobo sauce.
- 1 tablespoon.lime juice.
- 1/2 teaspoon.coarse sea salt.
For the fish.
In a little bowl, mix together the onion, garlic and cumin powder. Spray both sides of each fish fillet evenly with the flavoring.
Heat coconut oil in pan over medium-high heat up until HOT.
Lay fish fillets in pan and cook for 5 minutes without turning.
After 5 minutes, flip fish and cook on the other side for about 2 minutes, or until fish starts to flake.
Eliminate pan from heat and flake the fish with a fork. Serve fish on warm corn tortillas, top with lettuce, cilantro, radishes and chipotle lime crema and delight in!
For the Chipotle Lime Crema:
Mix all ingredients in mixer. Mix up until smooth.
Chill in refrigerator until ready to consume with tacos!
To make this dish dairy complimentary:.replacement coconut milk for the Greek yogurt