Fish Tacos
I'm not one to toot my own horn, but when it comes to making fish tacos, I'm boss. The secret? Using Panko breadcrumbs for the crust. It gives the fish a super crunch — perfect against the creamy avocado spread and tangy pickled onions. Simply put: If you're in need of a celebrate-warm-weather dish, this is it. Click here to see 8 Quick & Easy Taco Recipes. 
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Fish Tacos with Mango Pico de Gallo and Napa Slaw
We think it will be pretty hard to eat just one of these tacos. It doesn't just taste delicious, though; it looks beautiful, too, with a medley of colors from the slaw and pico de gallo. After all, you eat with your eyes first.
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Pescado Rodrigo
Pescado Rodrigo is a beloved dish in Mexico City, and I make it at least a couple of times a month. Fresh tilapia or other mild white fish, seared until crispy, then drizzled with a chunky citrus sauce, is the seafood to stuff into corn tortillas for tacos. This recipe comes from the Bellinghausen, a Mexico City restaurant established in 1915 and cherished by many families, including ours. Its classic hacienda style, complete with tiles and a working fountain, is so dignified that my sisters and I used to dress to the nines to eat there on Sundays. The menu never changes; it doesn't need to.Click here to see 5 Authentic Mexican Dishes for Cinco de Mayo.
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Crispy Cod Tacos
Here's a recipe for fish tacos that you won't be able to stop eating until they're all gone. There are a lot of moving parts in this recipe, but none of them are particularly difficult to accomplish, and the layers of flavor they impart to the tacos are well worth the trouble. If you split up the different parts of the recipe with a few extra hands in the kitchen, it'll be a piece of cake. Click here to see What Fish Should You Be Eating Now for Flavor, Health, and Environment.
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