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One of the things that I know my boys will eat is tacos. They love every single type of tacos I can come up with: steak, chicken, meatless, and fish. These boys just hear tacos and they are ready to chow down. So, we made Cajun Fish Tacos.
This fish wasn’t store-bought.
Getting the fish mailed straight to our door makes the shopping during this time much easier. When you sign up for Sitka Salmon Shares, you get a box of wild-caught Alaskan seafood caught by Sitka’s partner fisherman, delivered right to your food. The seafood is individually proportioned, vacuum-sealed, and blast-frozen to lock in freshness.
Thanks to our partnership, you can get $25 off your order. Sign up for a share and use the code: JBM. The shares start at $119 per month but this code is not valid on the Taste of Summer Share.
But about these Cajun Fish Tacos…
The recipe is simple, easy and quick. You’ll want to make sure the fish is defrosted before hand and have your favorite toppings ready. We decided to use an avacado crema over the fish and cabbage (and Noah added some fish). I also loved to add a pineapple salsa over the fish as well.
Enjoy and experiment with your favorite toppings!
- 16 corn tortillas (or more, we used 2 each taco)
- 2 teaspoon salt, divided
- 2 pounds alaskan cod fish filet
- 2 tablespoons Cajun seasoning
- 3 tablespoons butter
- 2 cups shredded cabbage
- pineapple salsa
- Wrap tortillas in aluminum foil. Heat oven to 300 degrees. Place in oven will cooking fish to make sure warm when the fish is done cooking.
- Cut alaskan cod into pieces and place on a plate spread out. Sprinkle the cajun seasoning and salt on the fish. Toss to coat.
- Heat a large non-skillet over high heat with the butter. Add the alaskan cod when when the butter is melted and starting to turn brown.
- Let the fish cook, only stirring once or twice until fully cooked. This takes about 6 minutes. Remove the fish from heat when fully cooked.
- Add your alaskan cod to the tortillas and top with your favorite ingredients. And enjoy!
Don’t miss the other fish recipe I have one the blog thanks to Sitka Salmon Shares.