1 10.6-ounce package Gorton's Extra Crunchy Fish Tenders
3 8-inch flour tortillas
1 small red onion, thinly sliced
1 10-ounce jar tartar sauce
1 1/2 cups shredded Romaine lettuce
How to Make It
Bake the fish according to the package directions. Wrap the stack of tortillas in foil and place in the oven during the last 5 minutes of baking. To assemble the tacos, place the warm tortillas on serving plates, put 2 tenders on each tortilla, and cover with a few slices of the onion. Add a dollop of the tartar sauce and top with 1/4 cup of the lettuce. Fold over and serve.
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For those of you complaining about the processed food.....That is the whole point of this recipe to be fast and easy. It's not a health food recipe.
Don't forget to add salsa and sourcream to your tacos. I like to dip my shells in hot oil to crisp them up before adding the fish and veggies. When your exhausted and don't feel like cooking this is a fantastic quick meal. I also add a green salad and fruit to it along with a real big Margarita.
This is simply gross. You can thaw frozen fish filets in a sink filled with cold water in minutes and make a much more flavorful, less chemical laden coating in under a minute. If you're going to make fish stick tacos you might as well stop at KFC on the way home and pick up a bucket.
Like others have said, the nutritional info/ingredient list on the Gorton's box is disappointing, as the fish is much more processed than I'd like. Additionally, how do you get six servings from three 8-inch flour tortillas? Does each person only get 1/2 of a tortilla? There are many fish taco recipes out there, and while shopping for the ingredients for this one, I decided to use another recipe that relies on less processed foods.
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