Fish tacos are one of my favorite dishes to order out. In fact, I regularly order them from Shrimp & Co. They are just down the street from our market. It's a really cute Key West style building next to the Family Dollar. If you are ever looking for fresh seafood, this is your spot. But I digress, as much as I enjoy them, I had yet to make them at home. Gasp. I know. They are not that difficult to make and they are delicious. Even my skeptical husband was impressed. Score.
I improvised on the fish tacos topping. Normally, they are served with cabbage. Cabbage is not something we eat a lot of at home, so I substituted with thinly sliced spinach. And for more flare, I topped it with my homemade pineapple salsa. It truly was delectable. Here's what you'll need:
For a little more flavor/heat, I added Flavors of Florida Key West and Clearwater Beach to my tacos. While the Clearwater Beach hot sauce is usually my favorite, I thought the Key West hot sauce was better for this dish. The Key West sauce is a medium spicy jalapeno and key lime hot sauce. The Clearwater Beach hot sauce is definitively spicier. It's made with cayenne peppers and lemon juice. For the girls, I made "mayo ketchup", but I used vegennaise instead of mayo. They loved it!
Do you like fish tacos?
Have you tried the Flavors of Florida hot sauce line?