Tender and Tasty Fish Tacos
Tender, flaky Alaskan Cod is not only packed with protein, but with 150 calories for a 7 ounce serving, it makes for an AWESOME low-carb meal.
While being a powerhouse for protein and calories, it's also pretty bland and has a mild flavor which makes it a perfect canvas for seasoning. After just a few minutes, the cod takes on the flavor of whatever it's mixed with, resulting in tasty, mouthwatering morsels you can use in many ways.
It's also SUPER easy to cook- you really don't have to be intimidated by this fish, and you also don't have to eat it ONLY as a filet, baked or broiled with lemon. With cod, we can get creative- because after all, we want flavor- we want excitement- we want... fish tacos!!
As if you weren't enticed enough by the protein, the calories, the flavor and the ease of cooking this little fish, I've got one more bonus for you- it cooks in 10 minutes. #truth!
It actually will take longer to assemble your favorite condiments for this tender and tasty dish than it will to cook it!
The flexibility of this dish makes it a PERFECT family meal as well. Put out a spread of taco toppings and let everyone customize their own.
For those on program, you can scoop the fish over greens, cauliflower "rice" or eat straight up topped with your favorite approved condiments. Oh! Be sure to try my Fresh Lime Crema for a flavor-loaded condiment with few calories.
Whatever way you decide to create your Tender and Tasty Fish Tacos, I promise you'll enjoy this Lean and Green, Low Carb Recipe.
Happy Cooking! Stacey
Tender and Tasty Fish Tacos
- Prep Time: 15 Minutes
- Cook Time: 15 Minutes
- Total Time: 30 Minutes
Servings: ~4 Serving
- 1 3/4 lbs cod or haddock (wild caught)
- 1 capful (1 Tablespoon) Stacey Hawkins Southwestern Seasoning or Phoenix Sunrise Seasoning or cumin, cilantro, garlic, onion, red pepper, paprika, parsley, salt & pepper (or low sodium taco seasoning)
- 4 teaspoons Stacey Hawkins Roasted Garlic Oil or oil of your choice and fresh garlic
- your favorite taco condiments (for a list of quantities and Optavia approved condiments, click here (scroll to bottom of page)
- Pat fish dry and cut into 1" chunks
- Sprinkle seasoning over fish and toss to coat.
- Heat Roasted Garlic Oil in a large, nonstick frying pan over medium - high heat.
- Add fish and cook for 10 - 12 minutes, until fish is opaque and breaks apart into flakes. Be careful not to overcook or the fish will be dry and chewy.
- Serve hot with your favorite condiments.
- Makes about 4 servings.
Serving Size is 7 ounces of fish. Nutrition information and counts below is for fish & seasoning only. For condiments, please adjust counts and calories accordingly.
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Nutritional Data Information:
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