Combine first 4 ingredients in a food processor; process until smooth. Combine jalapeño sauce and onion in a small bowl.
Combine paprika and next 6 ingredients (through ground red pepper); sprinkle evenly over fish. Heat oil in a large cast-iron skillet over medium-high heat. Add fish to pan; cook 3 minutes on each side or until desired degree of doneness.
Warm tortillas according to package directions. Divide fish, onion mixture, and avocado evenly among tortillas. Serve with lime wedges.
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Here in the Schmeegal household, onions are a main staple. We eat them at every meal and even use them in our aromatherapy session (to combat the awful Missouri allergy season(S!) ;) We just toe, toe, totallay love this recipe...not just because of the onion, either!!! All of the flavors are amazing...of course we add extra onion, and we use a carved out, grilled onion instead of corn tortilla (delish!) but other than that, we follow the recipe to a T. :)
I made this last night for dinner and we loved it. I like the seasoning blend for the fish very tasty. I did not have fresh cilantro so I didn't make the sauce just used the sour cream. I loved the avocado but the hubby did not. I will make this one again.
We absolutely love these fish tacos, but there is a lot of prep. I make a large batch of the seasoning for the fish so I don't have to measure that out every time and I'll also prep the jalapeno/sour cream mixture a couple days ahead of time. When you do that this dinner comes together in a jiff! And it's SO GOOD. We've also just used the seasoning for tilapia and served over a bed of rice with black beans or a black bean salad as a side. One of my favorite CL recipes!
Great recipe! Nice selection of herbs and spices to pack a lot of flavor in there. Substituted greek yogurt (and a little water) for sour cream, regular onion for white, chopped garlic for the powder. Will probably use more jalapeno because I like heat. A lot of measuring but the results were top notch!
This recipe was simply amazing! I didn't have any fish, so I grabbed some ground beef from the fridge instead. The seasoning still worked pretty well, although I substituted the red pepper with a taco seasoning packet. I was fresh out of tortillas but found some hot dog buns in my cupboard. Once I scraped off the moldy bits it threw them in the oven to crisp up. I didn't have any of the ingredients for the avocado sauce, but managed to find a can of Hormel chili (no beans of course) to top these bad boys off! Will definitely be making this again. Thanks for sharing!!
Really good even if I didn't totally follow the recipe!
I didn't have jalapeños or cilantro, so I just mixed in a refrigerated store-bought salsa that had these ingredients with the sour cream. I used the spices exactly as written (except chipotle pepper instead of red pepper), but used cod instead of tilapia. I cooked the onions in a slight bit of olive oil before putting them on the tortillas. Served with some refried beans. Very good! Will make again and follow the whole recipe next time!
We made these per the recipe, and didn't find them wow-worthy. They were just okay. We were wanting more out of them. The blackening was mild and the avocado didn't add much since that is also mild. We felt the onions took center stage, and that shouldn't be. We felt they needed something more.