Cumin-Spiced Fish Tacos with Avocado-Mango Salsa

  • sukeedog Posted: 05/26/12
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    We liked these fairly well, but then we tried them again substituting CL's "Bayou Catfish Fillets" for the fish & seasoning here (although we did still use tilapia) - and the results were AMAZING! We almost always end up subbing the Bayou Catfish (or tilapia) in all of our fish taco recipes, actually. It's just so good! The avocado-mango salsa above is superb and truly makes this dish.

  • steponme Posted: 05/15/13
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    These were yummy, yum yum. This recipe will definitely go in my taco rotation. My daughter informed me the night before that she "does not like mango," but gobbled these right up, mango and all!

  • PongoUSA Posted: 05/05/12
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    Extremely easy to prepare, , in advance, too. Great flavor. Will make it again, for sure.

  • Mdbcjones Posted: 07/20/12
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    Made them exactly as written, although used flour tortillas. Loved the mix of flavors and will definitely make again!

  • chefmurphy Posted: 06/02/12
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    These really turned out to be some of the best fish tacos we've ever had. The citrus flavors of the salsa complement the fish extremely well.

  • sb3386a Posted: 04/27/12
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    let the fish stand overnight with the rub on. also chopped up way more garlic. deglazed the pan with white wine after grilling, used the sauce on the tacos (double-lined with two corn tortillas to absorb moisture). delicious.

  • IoneTaylor Posted: 06/17/12
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    I substituted fresh trout for the tilapia. They were really delicious. Although they didn't take me 23 minutes to prepare - it was more like an hour. But, well worth the effort, including toasting the cumin seeds.

  • ham0423 Posted: 05/15/12
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    These are very easy and quick to eat and taste fantastic. My husband loved them and he is a pretty picky eater. Thanks for the quick and easy recipe.

  • NaRa2007 Posted: 04/17/12
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    Very, very good. This will be in my regular rotation. I added a bit more mango and avocado than called for and rather than corn tortillas, I used flour tortillas and made burritos.

  • SusieBlock Posted: 04/26/12
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    very tasty and easy.

  • HelenaS Posted: 05/06/12
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    We made this with large shrimp instead of talapia, topped it with the salsa & shredded lettuce. YUM, outstandingly good.

  • carolfitz Posted: 04/30/12
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    Superfast, supereasy, great weeknight supper. Served with slaw& black beans.

  • tnmj86 Posted: 04/20/12
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    Awesome. Just awesome. Fresh and very tasty! The flavors blended really well and just the right amount of spice.

  • AnaPatricia83 Posted: 04/24/12
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    I loved this recipe. tried it last night and it was great! I'd add some more garlic than it calls for and I also added some more jalapeno to the sauce. As a side, I had no-mayo coleslaw - and a glass of rose wine. great pairing!

  • Tatiana Posted: 01/20/14
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    These are amazing! Easy to make and delicious! The salsa is so good I have to double the recipe since my kids will just eat that by the spoonful. It is a great combination of flavors.

  • KAHales Posted: 07/05/13
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    This dish is OUTSTANDING! We have served it many times to our family and friends. It's quick and easy...as well as delicious! When is says "break up the fish", once it's cooked, we break it into ground beef sized pieces and find that not only does the filling go further, but also it's a lot easier to eat. Highly recommended!

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