It’s Taco Tuesday! Fish Tacos With Mango Pico De Gallo is an easy fish tacos recipe that’s bursting with tropical flavors! Season and grill your favorite fish then top with a fresh homemade Mango Pico De Gallo for mouthwatering grilled fish tacos.
Fish Tacos Recipe
It’s Taco Tuesday! Season and grill your favorite fish (mine is cod!) and top with a fresh Mango Pico De Gallo and your Fish Tacos will be bursting with tropical flavors! Adding fresh mango to your Pico De Gallo adds a buttery note along with a hint of sweetness and will make this the best fish tacos recipe ever.
I cooked my fish on the grill but you can make this recipe without grilling. No grill? No problem! Your fish tacos will be just as tasty when you make them on your stove top. Just heat 1 Tbs. olive oil in large non-stick skillet over medium-high heat and cook fish, seasoned side down 2 minutes. Turn and cook until fish flakes with a fork.
There are many varieties of mangoes and you will always find at least one available throughout the year. Their flavors can be creamy, sweet, rich, spicy and/or fruity. My friends at the Mango Board describe each variety for you here Choosing Mango Varieties. Learn How to Choose A Mango! Learn How to Cut A Mango! Thank you Mango Board at www.mango.org!
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What goes good with fish tacos?
Delicious side dishes to serve with fish tacos include:
What kind of fish should I use for fish tacos?
Most any kind of fish can be used for fish tacos, including shellfish. Some choices of fish are:
- mahi mahi
Taco time is a good time for a taco party! Tacos are the best party food and always put me in a fiesta state of mind!
If you decide to actually go all out and have a taco party, you definitely must start with hanging this Taco About A Party Banner (this makes me crack up every time!).
Then add a colorful Serepe Plastic Tablecloth, or this set of hand woven serape table runners in fextive colors (or both!) and these adorable Fiesta Paper Striped Party Straws with Tacos, Sombreros and more on them.
Best Taco Recipes
We have lots of taco recipes here on Swirls so you can change up your Taco Tuesday often! Here are a just a few of them to check out!
A Walking Taco Bar is the perfect way to serve up a saucy taco filling and your favorite toppings in a bag of chips for the big game. Crush the chips in your bag, top them with a flavorful beef taco filling, pile high with lots of taco toppings, add a plastic fork and you’re all set!
What to make it you’re eating vegan and it’s Taco Tuesday? Vegan Chickpea Tacos With Peach Salsa is an easy vegan recipe that’s packed with the protein of chickpeas and topped with a lime-scented fresh peach salsa! Now you can eat a plant based diet and have your tacos too!
Go for the beef and season slices of juicy skirt steak with a few basic spices and enjoy them nestled in a crunchy corn shell topped with a lime-scented mixture of fresh heirloom tomatoes. Spiced Skirt Steak Tacos are a party in your mouth with a burst of flavor in every bite!
Or just let your imagination run wild and combine your favorite foods, tacos and buffalo chicken, and make Buffalo Chicken Tacos! Fill a taco with saucy spicy buffalo chicken topped with celery, carrots, tomatoes and creamy Roquefort blue cheese.
Oven Roasted Cauliflower Tacos is a vegetarian taco recipe that’s easy to make, flavorful and nutritious. Cauliflower slow roasts to delicious goodness and then combines with mushrooms giving a meaty flavor to this meatless taco filling.
Change up your Taco Tuesday this week with our One Pot Taco Beef and Rice. A taco skillet recipe that’s quick, easy and delicious will soon become a family favorite taco alternative. With all the flavors of a taco, you can eat this easy taco rice recipe in a bowl or in taco shells.
In bowl combine mango, tomato, jalapeno, red onion cilantro, lime juice, garlic olive oil and kosher salt; set aside.
Generously oil grates of grill or use a fish grate or basket.
Preheat grill for direct heat grilling. *Not grilling? Stove top directions in notes.
Season top side of fish with chili powder, cumin, garlic powder and kosher salt.
Cook, seasoned side down, 2 minutes. Turn and cook until fish flakes with a fork.
Fill taco boats or shells with shredded lettuce, top with fish and reserved Mango Pico De Gallo.
Makes 4 servings.
*Stove top cooking directions: No grill? No problem! Heat 1 Tbs. olive oil in large non-stick skillet over medium-high heat and cook fish, seasoned side down 2 minutes. Turn and cook until fish flakes with a fork.
TIP: Keep it simple and serve your tacos with only Mango Pico De Gallo or get a bit more creative and offer your favorite taco toppings such as sliced avocado, sour cream, taco sauce, shredded cheese and lime wedges!