Mexican Fish Recipes (Most Popular)
Great fresh Baja taste without empty calories
These tacos are incredible; sweet, slightly spicy and flavorful!
These sweet and spicy shrimp will be the star of your next barbecue!
Tangy tilapia fillet with creamy avocado and cherry tomatoes.
A spicy twist to the same ol' shrimp.
Yummy and healthy tilapia fish tacos recipe!!
Light and quick fish tacos
This recipe was given to me by a co-worker. My husband loved it. It is one that you can put together for a dinner party and impress those that are hard to please. The aroma while cooking is delightful!
A baked fish dish. You get to choose the heat. Use mild salsa for a little heat and extra hot salsa for lots of heat! Serve with rice, black beans, warm tortillas and lime Margaritas for a festive meal!"
DELICIOUS!! large servings for low calories!!
One of my all time favorites!
This is the easiest fish recipe you will ever make! It only involves three ingredients: fish, olive oil and salsa.
A fabulous dip or put on top of a tostada chip for dinner!
I saw this recepie in the May 2009 issue of Oxygen magazine and had to share it. Not only is it simple, but it is an absolutely delicious and addictive Clean Eating recepie. Enjoy!!!
"A baked fish dish. You get to choose the heat. Use mild salsa for a little heat and extra hot salsa for lots of heat! Serve with rice, black beans, warm tortillas and lime Margaritas for a festive meal!"
This is a recipe I got from a friend and then toned it down some. She used a LOT more butter and definitely no fat-free or light items.
Here in Alaska, we find our chest freezer bursting with halibut and salmon. This is my favorite way to eat my halibut. The sauce is great as a dip as well. Especially yummy with bell peppers.
A baked fish dish. You get to choose the heat. Use mild salsa for a little heat and extra hot salsa for lots of heat!
My Husband's favorite, very filling!
A friend forwarded this to me. The original recipe can be found on recipezaar.com , and the recipe number is #85258
Tacos don't get much better than this. Using chili-lime shrimp, you'll get a lot of flavor for fewer calories.
Quick & easy recipe from Taste of Home light recipes
Makes 8 enchiladas...double the nutritional info and have 2 of 'em and you're still being pretty good. :D
Adapted from Everyday Food (http://www.marthastewart.com/recipe/fish-
Uses corn tortillas instead of flour, and nutritional information is calculated accordingly for those of us with gluten intolerances.