Ready in 45 minutes
Great late-summer meal... enjoy it on your deck or patio with Habanero Salsa and a cold beer.
"I made these, but I broiled the mahi mahi. The fish cooked well, and the "marinade," which I would consider more of a sauce that I left on it while broiling, was pretty good, too. Unfortunately, the mahi mahi had a lot of bones in it, so it was too difficult to really enjoy. From what I was able to eat, it was very good, and I'd try it again without the fish with bones."- tkolbus
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Preheat grill to medium-high heat. Place fish in a medium-size dish. Whisk together the oil, lime juice, ancho, jalapeno and cilantro, and pour over the fish. Let marinate for 15 to 20 minutes.
Remove the fish from the marinade and place onto a hot grill, flesh side down. Grill the fish for 4 minutes on the first side, then flip for 30 seconds and remove. Let rest for 5 minutes, then flake the fish with a fork.
Place the tortillas on the grill and grill for 20 seconds. Divide the fish among the tortillas and garnish with any or all of the garnishes.
Pair with Habanero Salsa, BigOven ID 161759.
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shirleywright 9 months agoA little bland. I'll try making it again but a bit differently.
Food-junkie32 1 year agoThis is a complete copy from Bobby Flay's recipe!! Can't believe you would go to dish network & steal it from there. At least give him the credit or say compliments of. That was wrong on many levels.
1LovelyCrystal 1 year agoI loved it. I just added more seasonings and made a Cilantro Crema. I used Tilapia. Thank you for this recipe.
email@example.com 1 year agoCatgurl, that is bobby flay's recipe
jlburgart 1 year agoThese were a little bland. We tried them corn tortillas but didn't like them that way either.
donitamassing 1 year agoExcellent recipe! I used cod and skipped the marinade, opting to skillet cook the fish with the marinade mixture instead. Turned out great!
JPBovaird 2 years agoEasy and delicious. I added additional lime juice to the cabbage and onions and let it marinate for 30 mins.
magnus777 2 years agoGross fishy taste!
francois_l 2 years agoExcellent recipe. I have very little cooking skills and this came together really well. I added a spread of refried pinto beans on the tortilla under the fish. Oh boy that was perfect! It balanced out nicely the spices – especially since my ancho chili powder was a little heavy on the spicy side.
Dancetunes44 2 years agoI made this last night! It was pretty good, I think next time I'll make the salsa with it. Also I'll marinate my fish for a little extra flavor. Overall yum!
bstraughan 2 years agoAdded spices and habNero pepper to zest up.
catgurrl 2 years ago@bstraughan Habanero is a great addition! For future reference, I have posted a habanero salsa that complements this dish wonderfully, especially for those of us who love to spice things up! Happy Cooking...
Stephenseaman21 2 years agoFantastic, easy recipe. I used blue marlin and substituted corn tortillas. Goes GREAT with fresh pico I made while it was marinating...
dembrch 2 years agoDelicious! I added a little extra lime juice and a dash of soy sauce. Really good dish.
Sarabond 3 years agoThis fish recipe was delicious! We garnished our tacos with Avacado Dressing and Fresh Mexian Salsa also found on Big Oven. We served it with a chilled shrimp and pasta salad and grilled corn. It was a hit for my Mother-in-law's birthday dinner. Pretty healthy too - except for the cake and ice cream we ate for dessert:)
pdaddyj 3 years agoI've made this several times, each time with a different kind of fish. I even made it for company three times now. Everyone whom I've cooked this for thinks it is excellent. I love it!
FoodPrints 3 years agoDivine!!! So easy to make, nice and light as, contrary to other tacos, fajitas and so on, it doesn't come with cheese. And it doesn't need any, either. Made it for the family, and the boss (aka my Dad) didn't miss neither meat nor cheese! And the Habanero Salsa is a must-have with it. Substituted sour cream with cream cheese as I happened to have that in the fridge and cabbage with iceberg lettuce. And we also had some guacamole with it. Wasn't completely necessary, but nice all the same :) I used cat fish, as it was on offer. Will DEFINTELY make it again soon.
stevemur 3 years agoDelicious! I like to top these with a little Cholula hot sauce.
Livn4sun 3 years agoDelicious & very easy to make! Didn't even need the tortillas!