This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Young’s Seafood. The opinions and text are all mine.
Fish tacos are my favorite meal to order when we’re on vacations along the coast. I’ve found that I don’t make them at home very often, but with this easy recipe I foresee that changing. Using beer battered cod filets, you can quickly whip up a fish sauce and chop your favorite garnish toppings to make fish tacos at home.Quick and easy dinner recipes have played a major role in our lives during the school year. We have a busy schedule during the school week. After the kids are out of school we spend our evenings commuting between piano, ballet, soccer, baseball and gymnastics. Sometimes I need to prepare a quick meal in between activities or once we’re home and too tired to prepare a big meal. Keeping fresh ingredients as well as frozen meals has simplified our dinner routine when we’re short on time. Today I’m partnering with Young’s Seafood to share this easy fish taco and sauce recipe, garnished with fresh ingredients.
- Young's Beer Battered Cod Filets
- For the fish sauce:
- ½ cup sour cream
- ⅓ cup mayonnaise
- 1 tsp hot sauce
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- Juice from 1 lime
- ¼ tsp cumin
- ¼ tsp salt
- Red cabbage
- Red onion
- Prepare cod filets according to package directions, in conventional oven or fryer.
- Combine fish sauce ingredients in a bowl; set aside until ready to use.
- Warm tortilla and begin preparing fish tacos. Cut cod filets to fit tortillas; garnish with desired toppings.
Fish Taco Sauce
Young’s Seafood is making its way across the pond all the way from the U.K. where they have been providing seafood to its customers for over 200 years. The seafood products available include Flipper Dippers, Chunky Cod Filet Fingers, Cod and Haddock Filets in Crispy Beer Batter, and a traditional Fish & Chips meal for one. You can find Young’s Seafood at Walmart and Sam’s Club stores across the U.S.
What are some of you favorite quick meals when you’re short on time?