Yield: Yields 12 to 16 tacos.
The fish taco, one of Mexico’s most creative tacos, was made first by street vendors in the Baja California port of Ensenada. It’s filled with crisp, beer-battered fresh fish and garnished with shredded cabbage and a spicy tartar sauce.
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Everyone really enjoyed these! Made my own pico de gallo but everything was great from the recipe. I was worried about the american mustard and tartar sauce but they were perfect! I don't have a deep fryer so I used a deep small sauce pan filled with enough oil to submerge pieces of Cod and worked perfectly with the thermometer. Will definitely make this again. Was really good the next day as well!!
Amazing!! You will get addicted! I use the spicy tarter sauce on everything!! Enjoy!
Insane tacos!!! I highly recommend this recipe. The tartar sauce was excellent. I will not make fish tacos any other way.
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