As luck would have it, this recipe developed because another recipe I had planned to make didn’t turn out. Such is life! We are all human. When left with the obstacle of half my ingredients left and not knowing what to serve, I searched my pantry and fridge trying to rack my brain for an idea… Fish Tacos!!
Fish Tacos are simple and delicious, plus many of the ingredients can be found in your pantry or refrigerator! If you have vegetables, you have no clue what to do with, leftover carrots from a roast, old cabbage, broccoli, whatever, just throw it into a slaw! Easy! Do not waste it! There is always something that can be made! Enjoy!
Blackened Fish Tacos
- 2 lbs white fish
- 2.5 tbsp favorite blackened seasonings
- Add all ingredients in a bowl, combine well, and refrigerate.
- Let marinate in the fridge, while you cook your fish, or longer if you would like it to flavor up more.
- Preheat grill to medium heat (with grill tray if you have it).
- Season fish with blackened seasoning thoroughly.
- Cook fish on grill around 3 minutes per side if the fish is a thicker filet, or until white and flaky throughout. If you have a thinner filet, like a flounder, it should only take maybe a minute per side.
- Remove fish from grill and shred in a small bowl.
- Decorate your tacos how you like and enjoy!