Yield: Yields 12 tacos
A grilled fish taco is a beautiful thing to eat. San Diego and Baja California are where they originated. Although the classic Baja fish tacos are fried, the grilled ones really stand out and are much lighter.
Watch the video: author Fred Thompson demonstrates how to grill the fish for the tacos without it sticking and falling apart.
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The Spice Rub on the Fish is perfect!I made mine using quick pickled cabbage & onions and shredded cilantro on top. It kept the mayo out of the recipe for me. Very tasty.
These were SO good, and so easy! The cilantro-lime cream was the star of the show. I used cod, and while did fall apart a bit on the grill, I think that was on me for using a piece of fish that was too big to easily flip. I will definitely be making these again.
Marinade is delicious, and the lime-cilantro sauce is perfect with fish (we grilled catfish). Will definitely be making these again.
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