Great Blackened Fish Taco Recipe

Great Blackened Fish Taco Recipe is a great recipe for Blackened Fish Tacos. Not using deep fried fish is the key; I like a nice blackened fish for a change. This video by The Bald Chef shows you how to make this light, healthy, and tasty recipe. The recipe for my Blackened Fish Tacos features a papaya,and Avocado salsa that is very good and pairs well with the fresh fish. This is A great Mexican Fish taco that can’t be beat. Most Mexican Fish Tacos are a little different than this recipe, but if you are looking for a fresh change from fried Fish Stick Tacos you may be intrigued with my version of this classic rendition. Many people think blackening is just is actually a cooking technique that originated in Cajun cooking now has spread into many other cuisines.


Ingredients For Cooking Blackened Fish Tacos

The only way to cook great blackened fish tacos is to use a very fresh white meat fish. These are the ingredients you will need on hand to make thise Mexican fish tacos:

Blackened Fish Tacos

Cooking Instructions For Blackened Fish Tacos

The first step is to make the fresh Mexican Avocado and Mango salsa by mixing: 1 fresh chopped Mango, 1 chopped Jalapeno pepper, 1 Hass ripe Avocado chopped, 1/2 Spanish Onion chopped fine, 1 ripe red tomato chopped, and the juice of a fresh lime. After you have mixed the ingredients for you Mexican salsa recipe place in your refrigerator to cool. In a cast iron skillet heat the 3 tablesppons cooking oil on high heat. Blacken one side of your Chilean Sea Bass with your spice mix. place the Chilean Sea Bass blackened side down and cook for 4 min., flip the fish and cook on the other side. Remove the Blackened Fishon paper towels to drain the cooking oil. Warm the flour tortillas and add 1/4 of the Blackened Chilean Sea Bass top with the Mexican Avocado and Mango salsa and enjoy this Great Blackened Fish Taco Recipe. This recipe makes a healthy eating experiance you may not find in other Mexican Fish Taco recipes.