I have been searching for an EASY and DELICIOUS fish taco recipe and I think I have discovered it! Remember that I just eyeball my ingredients, so measurements are not exact and don't matter too much :) The best part about this recipe is that I didn't have to mess with cooking fish. Well, I DID cook it, but it was simple. I bought my favorite Parmesan crusted tilapia from Sams and baked it as directed. They are lovely filets. Once it was done, I just sliced it in thinnish strips. If you don't have a SAMS membership, look for something similar in the frozen foods. Check the label and find a "clean" version or make your own. Fish is pretty easy to cook. I personally love it coated in parm and panko breadcrumbs, which is essentially how the SAMS version is made.
While the fish cooks, work on your sauce (the most important part, duh). I mixed equal parts Greek yogurt and olive oil mayo (1/2 cup or so of each). I love dill, so I used a sprinkle of that. You could also use cilantro if you like that flavor. A good squeeze of lime (I was out, so I used apple cider vinegar), some diced green onions, and diced cucumber (about a 1/4 cup of each) will make it so fresh. Taste and adjust as needed.
Assemble tacos as follows:
Warm your whole wheat tortillas in the microwave for about 30 seconds in between some damp paper towels.
Lay the fish strips on the tortillas, top with chopped romaine lettuce, diced tomatoes, and a good spoonful of the perfect sauce on top. Roll up and love every single bite! I think I should make these again...!