Recipe of the Day: Baja Style Fish Tacos
A standout in a sea of tacos, this beach-centric bite features battered fish piled onto sturdy corn tortillas and crowned with a tangle of shredded cabbage and a tangy white sauce.
Make crispy fish the star of your next taco night.
Mix up your fish taco experience by using different kinds of firm fish and topping with homemade salsa.
Ellie's healthy take on classic fish tacos takes grilled flaky tilapia instead of fried fish and tops it with a yogurt-based cream sauce, corn kernels and shredded cabbage.
Just because it's got mayonnaise and a Mexican flair doesn't mean it's heavy dish -- this whole meal weighs in at only 360 calories and less than 10 grams of fat.
Take a break from the BBQ sauce and try Food Network's Cuban-Style Grilled Salmon, marinaded in a lemon, garlic, cumin and cayenne mixture.
Warm weather is prime time for fish tacos, but some recipes can do some serious damage to your beach ready body. Try our lightened up versions – even your favorite fried recipes can be made more bikini friendly.
These aren't your average chicken tacos -- Bobby's sweet and spicy version is filled with grilled poblanos, barbecued onions and fresh coleslaw. Get the recipe now.
Though I love fish tacos, I rarely end up making them at home, because of the frying step. Bobby Flay’s recipe for Fish Tacos has you grill the fish instead of frying it. I had to try it.
Mahi mahi is a sensational white-fleshed fish with great flavor and hearty texture, making it ideal for this healthy take on fish tacos.